While many city dwellers seek to tune out the cacophony of the urban landscape through earbuds or Bluetooth devices, one innovative musician at OCAD University in Toronto is using technology to hone in on the sounds of the city in a completely unique way.
As part of his master’s thesis project at OCAD University — Canada’s largest and oldest educational institution for art and design — musician and “creative technologist,” Marc De Pape built the Chime, an instrument whose compositions are determined by its environment, and not by the whims of a single human performer.
So, how does it work? Find out by reading the whole article on at iQ by Intel!
This is another is a series of articles written by LAmb co-founder Kristin Houser in conjunction with the iQ by Intel series to explore the link between technology and music.