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This is a fleet of drone sensors that invade a body, cover the space
inside and communicate out their relative positions. This data can
then be mapped onto musical chord progressions and melodies
make sense with the relative movement.
I came up with this while winging around a 3d print
of a potato-
shaped asteroid and thinking music in time to the gestures I was
using winging it around. An actual potato might be a good
environment to prototype a system like this but it could be
developed for non plant systems too.
Flock of Birds
[pertinax, Sep 27 2015]
||This excellent apart from the bits about potatoes,
drones, bodies and music.
||Paradoxically, it makes sense apart from the phrase "make sense".
||Of course, you could bypass the invasive-drone part, and just plug your "make sense" magic software into the output from a flock of birds (see link).
||Wouldn't the nodes produce a wider symphony if the body was more flexible and topologically changeable? I am assuming that the sensors have to connect through the material and that spaces break the magic.