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Elliot Kermit-Canfield | Justin Li | Pablo Castellanos Macin | Cooper Newby

Sonic Drop is an interactive and integrated audio-visual sculpture. Comprised of water activated sensors mounted on a suspended, internally lit cube that glows in response to human interaction with the device. Synthesizing visual art with sound, when the water sensors are activated, Sonic Drop generates beautiful music. Sonic Droplet will be an art installation at Stanford that invites its viewers to wield water toys to collaboratively create mesh of sound and light.

Sonic Droplet is comprised of forty water sensors arranged around a plexiglass cube. Each sensor is multiplexed through an Ardunino Nano and connected via serial over USB to SuperCollider running on a Raspberry Pi. Water inspired sounds were synthesized in SuperCollider, and are indepentdently triggered by each water sensor. You can click through pictures below!

Sonic Droplet is comprised of forty water sensors arranged around a plexiglass cube. Each sensor is multiplexed through an Ardunino Nano and connected via serial over USB to SuperCollider running on a Raspberry Pi. Water inspired sounds were synthesized in SuperCollider, and are indepentdently triggered by each water sensor. You can click through pictures below!

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