Light Pen Turns Your Old TV Into An Audiovisual Synthesizer [Video]

Light Pen Turns Your Old TV Into An Audiovisual Synthesizer [Video]
technology

Inventor Niklas Roy developed the 'Lumenoise', which lets you paint patterns and sounds onto a CRT-TV screen.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 november 2011

During a residency at the digital culture institution La Gaîté Lyrique in Paris, Niklas Roy developed his invention, the Lumenoise. This light pen can be used to paint abstract geometric patterns and sounds directly onto the screen of an old CRT-TV, transforming it into an audiovisual synthesizer. Roy describes how the Lumenoise works:

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