Physical Sequencer Translates Movement into Sounds

Physical Sequencer Translates Movement into Sounds
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 16 july 2009

The Physical Sequencer from designer Giuseppe Guerriero merges the worlds of dance with music into a single act of a creation. The standing interface includes elements that respond to both movement and touch, translating these gestures into corresponding sounds that would be a welcome addition to your next rave. The system features 56 proximity sensors arranged throughout a 7′ x 8′ grid. It reminds us a little of a modern day take on Theremin, only for the slightly more hyperactive set.

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