Aeolian Circles / real time documentation in 3d (2013-2014)
The virtual reconstruction of the big water reservoir in Prenzlauer Berg is used with documentary aims to register a sound installation. The sense of movement, time and space from an immersive perspective allows a multisensory approximation to a sonorous moment of Max Eastleys Aeolian Circles; a site-‐specific installation that combines a series of kinetic objects in the interior of the reservoir and a wind harp in the exterior of the space, made for the Singuhr-Hoergalerie in 2013.
This documentation plays back the acoustic of the architecture by the reproduction of in situ recordings. The movement of the visitors in a virtual environment simulates a sound walk through the exhibition room at the water reservoir.
Download auralization here: https://googledrive.com /host/0Bz0eAx2NXV4JRFc2dkh5MGJyRzg/Aeolian circles 3D.html
Original Sound Installation: Aeolian Circles by Max Eastley (2013)
Presentation: Singuhr on Paper, Singuhr Gallery, Berlin 2014
Involved: Daniel Murcia (Coding programming)
Technic: Projection/monitor, headphones, trackball/mouse.
- Download unity web player from here: http://unity3d.com/webplayer.
- Select the screen configuration and press play.
- Use the mouse for control the direction of the camera.
- Use the arrows of the keyboard for move forward and backward.
- For show the cursor press escape on the keyboard.
- For exit press cmd q (mac) or ctrl q (windows) on the keyboard.
- I recommend the use of headphones for an immersive experience.
#3D documentation #acoustic space #sound installation #real time audio #sound art documentation #Wasserspeicher Berlin #Singuhr #Max Eastley