Coloring Book Record Player

Coloring Book Record Player

Dyskograf is a graphic disc reader that creates music from drawings by visitors to the exhibit.

Emma Hutchings
  • 25 october 2012

Dyskograf is an installation that creates music from drawings. The machine is a graphic disc reader, and visitors to the exhibit fill in areas on a paper record with a felt-tip pen. This is then placed on the turntable and a camera fixed onto an arm above reads the marks as they rotate around, converting them into sound using a software program.

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