Making a Polyhedral Bone Instrument

Ramin told us that the project had great results as it was really enjoyable to stand back and watch a variety of different people and groups interact with the structure, and in turn, with each other, which was the aim of the project.

He adds that the design could be used as a platform for artists to both experiment in production and expose their work to the public. For example, a musician could load sounds onto Resosseous that a group of users interact with and create different collaborative compositions. Or it could be used as a tool in a musician’s studio, offering a 12 channel surround-sound environment.

Watch the video and experience yourself how Resosseus work.

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Photo Credits: Alexandra Kononchenko, Joanna Lewanska and Ramin Shambayati