Sounds and beats are created by the Stepsequencer for as long as you interact with the exhibit’s four stations: a round floor-projected “instrument” and three physical tools located to the side – one for jumping, one for twisting and one for seesawing.
The pads of the round floor projection are activated by touch. If you mark a field with your hands or feet, a sound resonates each time the rotating pointer hits the field. Depending on the marked pad’s position, different sounds arise, each of them variously combinable with others. Once the movements stop, the sounds will hush.
Part of the exhibition “tanz!” at the The Deutsche Hygiene Museum Dresden
Oktober 2013 – Juli 2014
Deutsches Hygiene Museum Dresden
Concept / Design / Code
Johannes Timpernagel, Ingolf Heinsch, Sebastian Huber, Robert Pohle
Prof. Dr. Axel Buether
Ableton Live + Max for Live
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