Sonictecture: Esthetic spatial conditioning through sound, computation and interaction

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Association for Computing Machinery
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
Creativity & Cognition 2007: Seeding Creativity, Tools, Media, and Environments, 2007, pp. 255 - 256
Issue Date:
2007-01
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The field of architecture is radically being transformed by the esthetic potential of embedded sensor technologies and interaction. This demo presents an approach to spatial design that implements techniques of interactive (immersive, spatial) art, to produce architectural 'spaces' that are expressed through the medium of interaction. 'Trivet Fields' is one example from a series of soundspace works that introduce interactive art computing to architectural practice, providing a new platform for cross-disciplinary explorations in esthetics of space.
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