We use the "half random" motion of a fish in aquarium to make an interesting live electronic
music "on stage".
One of the most interesting properties of the fish, is its motion under interaction with the environment.
While the random motion of the fish gives a live interesting and surprising interaction to
the observer, the patterned and repetitive flow of motion plays a very stable and organized
structure to the observer. The fish is positioned in an aquarium on a stage, and the fish delivers the live experience to the crowd via live synthesized music by the fish motion.
To enhance the live interaction, we have combined visual effects that are controlled by the fish motion and surprisingly,
sometime also interact with the fish itself and lead to a feedback interaction.
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