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Wire Festival

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2019 Media

The ACCelerate Festival featured an outdoor sound arcade and projection mapping installation at the National Museum of American History entrance facing the National Mall. The interactive sound arcade contained three rectangular sculptures. During the day, participants were able to interact with the sculptures by using LED wands to experiment with a 3D sound system in real time. During the evening, the project took on visual layer of interaction. The event featured video projection onto the sculptures. Participants used LED interactive wands to illuminate the space in real time. As participants moved around the sound arcade area, data was gathered by their movements and used to create new sounds and illuminations on the projected forms.

Participants: Thomas Tucker, David Franusich, Tanner Upthegrove, Eric Lyon, George Hardebeck, Matthew Swarts (Georgia Tech), Jon Hamilton, Caleb Flood, Aline R.S.S. de Souza, Mahshid Gorjian and Xindi Liu

The project was funded by the Institute for Creativity, Arts and Technology at Virginia Tech.