The 360° Skyline Song Project is an audio-visual installation work that makes sound waves from the visual “boundary” between surrounding scenery and sky. The visual data, made by recording the surrounding scenery with a video camera rotating an angle of 360 degrees, are transformed into sound waves in real time by analyzing each camera frame. Both audio and visual data achieve the intuitive recognition of the transition of the boundary in sceneries. This installation implies the instability of surroundings, by interactively producing sound from changing surroundings and showing the captured movie.
The 360° Skyline Song Project
Venues Museum of Vancouver, Vancouver, Canada
Materials Mac book Pro, Projector, Mbed, Web camera, Motor etc.
Size Dimension variable
Technical cooperation Kazunori Ogasawara