The Sights & Sounds of Danceroom Spectroscopy

Check out this video of some of the sights and sounds generated by DanceRoom Spectroscopy. The people that you see in the video are interactively warping the virtual force field felt by an ensemble of 70 particles in a mixed classical-quantum Feynmann-Hibbs simulation. The sounds that you hear in the video are generated on-the-fly via analysis of particle-particle collision events which were recorded at Changing Perspectives over 18th-19th March…

DanceRoom Spectroscopy v0.1 was a big hit!!

On 18th-19th March, we rolled out v0.1 of DanceRoom Spectroscopy at the University of Bristol Changing Perspectives event. And it was a big hit! On the order of 800 – 1000 people experienced it, and everyone – kids, grannies, moms, dads, hippies, artists, scientists, and anarchists – were into it! We’re in the process of confirming exhibitions that will be held at the Arnolfini, a well-known Bristol contemporary art museum, in July and August. Stay tuned. For more info, check out the Arts tab of my site. We’ve also set up a Danceroom Spectroscopy Facebook page which will keep you abreast of what we’re doing with it and where you might see it…