HyrdoSONIC v.2.0 featured at ZERO1 Biennial

HydroSONIC v.2.0 by UCSC Digital Arts New Media Mechtronics Research Group & OpenLabis the most recent iteration of the sonicSENSE platform originally created by Barney Haynes and Jennifer Parker in 2010. Viewers walk through the reflective mylar corridors triggering audioscapes of algorithmic compositions created with hydro soundscapes and data from the Santa Clara Water district.Webcams collect movement of the participants through the mylar to create a visual gestalt of projected images. These images are collected and re-projected on to the video screens continuously, layering present images with past images, building a visual record of all the movement in the space over time.

UCSC’s Digital Arts and New Media (DANM) Mechatronics & SonicSENSE Project team:
Professor Jennifer Parker
Sudhu Tewari
Leslie Thompson
Jasen Levoy
Andre Marquetti
SonicSENSE

The UCSC Digital Arts New Media Research cohort and UCSC OpenLab develops and produces physical, systems-based artworks that incorporates elements of robotics, motion control, software engineering, and hardware design. DANM Mechatronics research involves the use of a variety of media including video, performance, and sculpture, for the creation of complex, kinetic, audio-visual systems for the exploration of temporality, materiality, experience, perception.

When: 
Wednesday, September 12, 2012 - Saturday, December 8, 2012
Location: 
San Jose