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January 23, 2012

Spatial Sounds – 100dB at 100km/h

at 5:09 am. Filed under Electronic Hacks, Insane Equipment



This Spatial Sounds interactive audio installation could hurt if you get a little close! Thanks to Koen Coppens shot some video of it in action and sending it in.

“Spatial Sounds (100dB at 100km/h) is an interactive audio installation by Marnix de Nijs and Edwin van der Heide. In this engine-powered installation, a speaker is mounted onto a rotating arm that is several meters long. Like a watchdog, the machine scans the surrounding space for visitors. Closer investigation would be tempting fate, with the rotating arm swinging so powerfully round. You hear the impressive sound of the mighty motor revving up, turning faster and faster. You can feel the displacement of air as the speaker whizzes past you, and you had better step back, out of reach.”




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2 Responses to “Spatial Sounds – 100dB at 100km/h”

  1. Iw2 Says:

    a) They make it sound like it’s an combustion engine… But there is only an electric motor. And the sound is prerecorded.
    b) I wouldn’t wanna be around that thing if the speaker came lose 😉

  2. Robotics_Job_Search Says:

    >You can feel the displacement of air as the speaker whizzes past you,
    >and you had better step back

    Now that’s SOUND advice! 🙂

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