Across Polyethylene
Across Polyethylene

DO YOU EVEN NOISE?

Do You Even Noise? is an installation that attempts to allow the user to embody a mathematical abstraction. Drawing from both communication models and media studies, the project uses audio as a medium of communication, where the user is allowed to play the role of Noise, that disrupts coded information while it is transmitted from the a software synthesizer to the speakers in the form of digital signals. In doing so, the software also exposes some of a browser’s inherent limitations in encoding and decoding audio while exploring its aesthetic potential.

 

Here is a paper that explains everything. And here is the code.

AT NYC RESISTOR

Do You Even Noise? Was shown at the NYC Resistor Annual Interactive Show in May 2016