Colour of Sound
Münster School of Design
A postcard version of a well-known work of art was to be visualized in the form of a stripe image and then prepared in a "tangible" way.
Each color corresponds to a noise or sound. The sounds refer to the original artwork (wind in the upper part, then rocks, spray and finally waves and underwater sounds) and can be played in order - from left to right - to acoustically experience the artwork. Alternatively, one can create own sound compositions to experience the artwork in a completely new way. An interactive discovery and modification of the original work "Naruto Whirlpools“ by Hiroshige.
Interaction Design, Web Design