Noisy Jelly

Posted in Art
By Sam Bathe on 28 Apr 2012

Inviting little players too whip up their own jelly shape, then with the help of some complicated electronics behind the scenes, play them on a special music board, Raphaël Pluvinage and Marianne Cauvard‘s creation is a delight. Both students at L’Ensci Les Ateliers in Paris, touching the jelly shapes activates a number of different sounds, respective of distance from the game board and strength of the finger. Eating your creation at the end is optional.

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