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Aether Hemera’s Interactive Sound and Art Installation Gives You a Brass Voice

Posted By Jon Dioffa On September 25, 2012 @ 5:00 pm In Art,Design,Eco-Inspiration,Green Lighting | No Comments

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Which is your brass voice? [1]‘ by Aether Hemera [1] is an art installation employing artificial intelligence (AI) and digital media to create an engaging multi-sensory experience. The innovative piece invites individuals to discover their “brass voice” by speaking, singing, shouting or whispering into microphones. The AI software behind the artwork [2] records all the notes performed and creates a new music composition where a sequence of notes comes together as a new composition made up of hundreds of brass scores. The sounds are played back via surrounding speakers that are synchronized to an array of colored LEDs arranged based on the synesthetic theory. The installation creates a cycle of interaction that transforms viewers into performers, immersing them in a heightened environment consisting of sound, lights and real-time processing. How the installation reacts depends entirely on the involvement of its visitors.

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