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KINETIC STREAM | Interactive Audio-Visual Installation

4 MORE INFORMATION AT: xenorama.com/kinetic-stream Kinetic Stream is an interactive audio-visual installation that augments the perception of motion. An infinite stream flows from the wall and fills the floor. It behaves accordingly to the visitors and their movements in the room. The liquid behaves peaceful and quite to gentle movements and flares up with hectic actions. The stream acts as a reflection... 

Sound interactive HD background loop

4.5 More info at: www.ikl.my By: IKLed Solution Unit A-3-01, Block A, Tropicana Merchant Square, No. 1, Jalan Tropicana Selatan 1, Pju 3, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, 47410 Malaysia t: +603-7885 0408 012-6822612 www.ikl.my Sound interactive HD background loop  Read More →

Sound The Alarm Ministries “Praise, Word (an interactive Bible Study) & Prayer Call!” 09/01/16 (part

5 Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/phil413/sound-the-alarm-ministries-praise-word-a_3 Sound The Alarm Ministries “Praise, Word (an interactive Bible Study) & Prayer Call!” 09/01/16 (part  Read More →

Animal sounds. Interactive english learning game

4 This is an interactive learning game for kids on YouTube. This game is designed to teach animals sounds to younger kids who just learned to use internet. There are many more games to come. like and subscribe and tell me what you think Animal sounds. Interactive english learning game  Read More →

Fox Interactive (Short Version) No Sound

4.5 I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor) Fox Interactive (Short Version) No Sound  Read More →

Can music change how you taste? | Interactive Science Experiment | Do Try This At Home | At-Bristol

4.5 Can sounds change the flavour of food? Nerys & Sarah of the Live Science Team invite you to take part in an interactive science experiment at home: grab some headphones and tuck in to some science! Interactive Flavour Experiment, track 1: Interactive Flavour Experiment, track 2: Continue to conclusion: Tell us what you thought; did the flavour of the tonic water change? Try it with other... 

Affinity: An interactive sculpture of light & sound

5 By Amigo & Amigo and SIT2 Step within Affinity’s intricate web of interconnected orbs, that when touched, set up a striking display of light and sound, representing the rapid-fire transmission of messages between neurons. As you explore this large-scale installation, sounds and stories about dementia emanate from the orbs. These recordings have been taken from the acclaimed play, ‘The... 

beatles led interactive photo with sound

4 I began making LED pictures five years ago as presents for the special people in my life. I’ve always believed that hand crafted gifts are much more personal. I haven’t made many of these pictures because each one takes 150-800 hours to craft. Each picture is hand cut, painted and engraved. The electronics are hand soldered and assembled (also the speakers in the picture) and each picture is... 

Printone: Interactive Resonance Simulation for Free-form Print-wind Instrument Design

4 This paper presents an interactive design interface for three-dimensional free-form musical wind instruments. The sound of a wind instrument is governed by the acoustic resonance as a result of complicated interactions of sound waves and internal geometries of the instrument. Thus, creating an original free-form wind instrument by manual methods is a challenging problem. Our interface provides interactive... 

Printone: Interactive Resonance Simulation for Free-form Print-wind Instrument Design

4 This paper presents an interactive design interface for three-dimensional free-form musical wind instruments. The sound of a wind instrument is governed by the acoustic resonance as a result of complicated interactions of sound waves and internal geometries of the instrument. Thus, creating an original free-form wind instrument by manual methods is a challenging problem. Our interface provides interactive... 
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