An interactive public art exhibit composed of large sculptures of the five platonic solids (tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, icosohedron). Surfaces of the sculptures can be touched via capacitive touch sensing to add loops of music that will play from speakers located in nearby trees. Lights in the trees will also sync up to the music.
This was a kickstarter project (link) as a combined effort with Josh Tappan (Harvard) and Nash Atkinson (Berkeley School of Music). We didn’t meet our goal of $12,000 (we raised $1,720) but we’re still interested in building the project.