Transforming 3D Objects Into Sound
In this video, we see how a device known as the Musi transforms 3D objects surrounding the hexagonal device, into audible sound. The machine works by using external sensors to pick up on nearby and far away objects, affecting the pitch of the resulting audio.
Given the infinite amount of locations an object can occupy in a room, it’s fascinating to think about the sound variations that this device is capable of. Not only this, the fact that 3D surroundings can be output into sound is truly fascinating, perhaps making its way into MIDI controllers someday.