Sonoscape Mirror


A physical computing installation project

for graduate school

3D rendering made by the architecture team

Uploading the program while trying not to eletrocute myself

My professor wiring components

Sonoscape is a modular play space and interactive art installation. It uses architecture and technology to encourage and enhance play. Children can act cooperatively to trigger sound events embedded through-out the modules. Sonoscape incorporates sensing technologies and sound systems, which are controlled by Arduino, an open source microcontroller.

This project was a collaborative effort. I was on the software team. In addition, I helped source parts, such as the audio shields. The software team was responsible for programming the microcontrollers, integrating sensors, hardware and debugging.