Interactive sculptures powered by #RaspberryPi

Scott Garner has created two sculptures that react to their environment and then produce sounds based on the input. In his own words:

For several years I’ve imagined a sculpture with a massive array of different sensors that processes the incoming data and then generates an abstract representation of it. In other words, a machine that simply observes the world with no use or function beyond that. This led to a series of explorations based on sensing and interpreting the world and finally to the two sculptures displayed here.

You can read more information about the build and listen to generated sound samples here.

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