An interactive music experience for an indie-electronic band, “Miami Horror” (2015)
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This is an interactive music experience for an Australian indie-electronic band, “Miami Horror”. The overall art direction was created to fit the mood & tone of their electro music “Real Slow”. The idea is to let people to control sound by moving and rotating their faces and mouths.
The Real Slow project was displayed at NYC Media Lab’s Annual Summit in September 2015. It got the FWA Site of the Day Award and The Cutting Edge Award from Adobe. It was also accepted to Chrome Experiments.
The first prototype created with OpenFrameworks