Posted Apr 10, 2011 by:
" Organization: Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University
Authors: Minori NAGASHIMA, Hideyuki NAKAZATO, Sho KAMURO, Kouta MINAMIZAWA, Susumu TACHI
Sound Forest is an art installation that allows us to communicate with space. It is constructed of tactual sound devices, a spatial sound constructing space, and interaction using both of these. We call the tactual sound devices "Sound Beads."
Viewers are able to feel sound through their acoustic and haptic senses and communicate with the space. "
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