Computed synethesia

The Cloud appreciation society lead me to the Cloud Harp project. I'm listening to a recording made in 2004 - very ethereal.

It re-generates my interest in artificial synaesthesia generally and perhaps a return to my Bristol Harbour project, using image stream and image processing to pick out the frequency and direction of wave patterns to modulate music, with self-contained stations set up around the harbour.

Information arts often has artificial synaesthesia at its heart, converting information in one medium to information in another, with the aim of thus enhancing our appreciation and understanding of the source domain and creating beauty and interest in the target domain.