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The Living Room – Sound Reactive TV

I’ve always been fascinated by the flickering light a TV gives off. I am also concerned with my art being experiential – to create a place for visitors to interact with, hang out and make their own. Thus the idea of The Living Room was born.

A TV remote control could be used to control the “channels” on the TV and hence the lighting of the room. The channels were actually various sound reactive applications running off a laptop. The computer was connected to an Arduino with an infra-red sensor to communicated with the remote control.

Featured was also a knitting channel which showed visitors how to knit, with wool and knitting needles provided.

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The installation was part of the Mind The Box launch event held at the amazing Mind Pirates building in Kreuzberg Berlin.

Also of interest:

Look to the Sky
Light, Light, Tokyo Wonder
Digital Zoo
Berlin Lazer Rainbow
Urban Abstract
Sound Reactive Circle 1
Universal Peoples Republic Time
BBC Blast: Realtime physical art installation
Why the establishment music industry is dead
Sculpting with Light – Richard “Dr” Baily

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