Results tagged “Dmitry Morozov”

Mar201421
08:59 AM
music tattoo.jpg
music tattoo 2.jpgThe intersection of tattoos and technology often reveal pretty fascinating results. Add another artistic element to it, such as music, and it becomes hard not to take a look and listen.

Using a tattoo as a music score, Dmitry Morozov, a Russian artist, musician, and engineer, has created "Reading my body": an instrument -- a sound controller -- that plays as it moves along the body over the tattoo.

Here's what Dmitry says of his project:

This is a special instrument that combines human body and robotic system into a single entity that is designed to automate creative process in an attempt to represent the artist and his instrument as a creative hybrid. The device consists of a railing with comfortable hand holders and two parallel, but offset from each other black lines' sensors that move along the arm using a stepper motor. It is equipped with a 3-dimensional Wii remote controller that uses the OSC protocol in order to give a possibility of additional expression achieved by moving hand in space.
The sound to me is eerie yet beautiful, almost like the soundtrack to a post-apocalyptic film. And the tattoo design itself is bold and interesting.

Check "Reading my body" in action in the video below.

::vtol:: "reading my body" from ::vtol:: on Vimeo.


(Source: CNET)
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