Transparent Sculpture: Passages presents interactive directional sound sculpture that can be conceived as the immaterial interface diffusing between people and space. Visual point of view it shows the space of nothing. In this demonstration, interactive sound and linear recorded sound are used, but using only interactive real-time sound picked up from audience's self and environmental noise is possible. This is already done technically. The microphone used in this video is embedded microphone of iPod Touch 4G that is hidden behind the speakers
May 2012, Daichi Misawa
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