X/Y Oscilloscope Sound Controlled Animation

10 November 2007 at 1:31 pm (Hypermedia, Mechatronics, Sound)

Here is a link to a blog called Digital Tools showing some animations made with an oscilloscope controlled with a stereo sound signal.

First animation (the song you hear is not the sound wave form used to biuld the animation)

Second animation (this time you listen to the sound used to produce the animation)

Left and right output are connected to the X/Y oscilloscope inputs generating the visual animation.

This might be an interesting application for the device built during the Circuit Bending Workshop. I’m curious to test it to see what kind of visualisation is built with the oscillators we learnt to build.


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