Soundscape One

SpacialX3D Seattle, WA

Soundscape One, 2018
Wood, projection mapping, pressure sensors
Height = 10' Footprint = 15' x 15'

"Soundscape One" is an interactive installation by the artistic team SpacialX3D that combines projection mapping, sound design, and physical computing to create a dynamic topographic landscape. The installation consists of a wooden structure, cut with a CNC router and covered with white fabric. The structure is illuminated by a projector system that displays various visual effects, such as water ripples, lava flows, and environmental animations, synchronized with ambient sounds. The installation also features pressure sensors that detect when visitors step on the structure, triggering changes in the visuals and sounds.

The installation is inspired by the concept of synesthesia, the phenomenon of experiencing one sensory modality through another. SpacialX3D aims to create a multisensory experience that blurs the boundaries between the physical and the digital, the natural and the artificial, the real and the imagined. "Soundscape One" invites visitors to explore a different way of perceiving the world, where sight and sound are intertwined and responsive to their actions.

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