SyncLost is a multi-user immersive installation into the history of electronic music. From a complex timeline, rhythms and sub-rhythms merge to create new sounds. The project’s objective is to create an interface where users can view all the connections between the main styles of electronic music through visual and audible feedback. The choice is individual and leads to a collective consequence in the spatial visualization of information. The installation can be used by three users simultaneously, with wiimote and headphones/soundspeakers. Each one interacts by choosing a style on the interface.
The project was created by 3bits, creative studio from Brazil using Processing.
3bits makes responsive installations, websites and a blog about new fields of interaction design.
Posted on: 26/01/2010
Posted in: Processing