Sound Sculpture Purrs And Meows When Viewers Get Close [Video]
Mew is an interactive sound piece that wants people to play with its fur.
In a project called SoundObject – Design Products, Information Experience Design and Visual Communication students at the Royal College of Art in London, collaborated on an art piece “to create a digital and physical object that responds sonically to people and its surroundings.” They produced Mew, an interactive sound installation reminiscent of a kitty mewling for some petting.
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