Artist Creates Digital Life-Forms that Respond to Archival Birdsongs

Artist Creates Digital Life Forms that Respond to Archival Birdsongs sound birds 3d animation

Australian artist Andy Thomas creates what he describes as “audio life forms,” specifically 3D animations that respond to audio input. For these latest pieces he used archival bird recordings from the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (in addition to one of his own recordings) to create these new digital sound sculptures that animate in different ways in reaction to the songs of each bird. Thomas uses more software tools than we could reasonably share here, but you can learn a bit more over on his website.

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