Electrocosmos is a multilayer vertical projection whose shapes match the frequency and amplitude of the sound
coming through a microphone.
The artwork plays with the perception of the participant’s voice filtering it with an audio software which distorts and transforms the voice into sounds allusive to outer space and drawing in the air images of the cosmos. With the variations in the frequency of the voice the lines move from left to right, moreover, changes in the amplitude change the size, quantity and position of the circles. The particles that simulate the stars are navigating in space and respond when they collide
the edges of the projection.
For sound processing and images generation we
articulate two free software, Processing and Pure