Chapter 6 –   Robotics, Kinetics, and Sound Installation   Examples of Visuals

Stephen Wilson, Art Department, San Francisco State University


Amanda Parke/Hayes Raffle.   Topobo.  (Self assembling kinetic system with memory)
Christa Sommerer & Laurent Mignonneau.  Nanoscape.  (Force feedback correlated with virtual object)
Nano-scape
Nicolas Stedman.  Blanket Project.  (Self activated blanket)
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Jeppe Hein.  360 Presence.  (Self activated metal ball)
Spots. Activated Architecture.  (Computer controlled building lights)
Beatriz da Costa. Self-tuning cello. (Cello tries to keep itself tuned)
Seemen.  Participatory Devices. (Audience member controls fire cage)
Survival Research Labs.  Hand of God.  (Robots reflecting on military devices)
Jrg Lehni /Uli Franke. Hector.  (Wall painting robot)
Institute for Applied Autonomy.  Graffiti Writer. (Robot for writing street graffiti)
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Chico MacMurtie. Robot Musicians.  (Robots are expert at particular instruments)
Gil Kuno.  Six String Sonics.  (Each musician controls one string)
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Infrasound project.  (Performances at inaudible infrasonic range)
Infrasound pipe resonator
Gordon Monahan. Swinging Speaker. (Performances based on doppler effect of sound sources in motion)

Gordon Monahan «Speaker Swinging» | Speakers' Swinging