Sound in the expanded reality: Scratchable 3D sculptures

Here comes the next experiment, which explores the depths of the extended reality in an intuitive and also a little spectacular way: The artist coder Zach Lieberman has built an AR audio recorder , the sounds as frequency / amplitude sculptures at the place where they originated in the room. Which makes sense, of course, when the sound source moves, for example, when you are talking about running. The funny or notable aspect of this kind of sound visualization is that you can view the sound recordings from all sides or, as Lieberman does, you can produce scratch effects when rewinding and rewinding the AR video. The AR Audio Recorder is, by the way, just one of many interesting experiments Liebermans: Watch!

Tracy

Tracy

Always on the move... Love to blog, write about smartphones, technology and telecoms. I also like to snowboard, when I have the time :p I'll be around for a while so, be prepared.

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