Interactive Binaural Installation
Glacier is an interactive binaural („3D Sound“) installation my colleague Florian Schaubmaier and I created as part of a university course. Visitors can interact with the installation by touching and moving each of the three grey layers from left to right (and vice versa). Once a layer is moved, a sound piece is triggered which provides the visitor with information about global glacier melting processes and associated consequences. This interaction-sound-relation is achieved through a bareconductive touch board. The whole installation is made out of wood, cut and engraved with a laser.
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Project photos by Florian Schaubmaier.
Bare Conductive Touch Board