An Interactive Sound Wall
Want to transform your house, office or sound wall? wall into a conductive
Get inspired by Fischer Appelt , a German-based creative agency, who transformed their wall into a sound installation with an interactive .
We noticed this cool and wanted to know more…
What used to be an ordinary white wall at the Fischer Appelt agency is now exciting, stands out and creates a sense of togetherness – just a truly visual a la LIGALUX.
At first glance, it’s a wall on which an oversized ghetto blaster was painstakingly painted with , in a meticulously fine fashion.
On closer inspection, it is much more. The sound system actually works. Through a simple with the (disguised as a or stop button or the volume control), music plays, stops, becomes louder or softer.
They’ve created and unique . and function from an area that would not normally be active, turning a seemingly normal wall into an
Wall of Sound is powered by a . The team programmed this microcomputer to mp3 files or playlists from music streaming services.
These actions are triggered by Electric Paint . The paint is then connected to the electrodes of the which trigger sound when touched. sensors. For the painted artwork on the wall, they used
Fischer Appelt combined above all. with , creating a visual a la LIGALUX, considering the power of
They managed to make the both tactile and audible. At the same time, they were able to a meeting place for employees, where they can their own music selection.
The tracks can be determined by the staff through a music streaming service. And hardly a day goes by when the place stands still!
Images & Video: Fischer Appelt
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