Interactive sound LED sequence paper lantern

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Interactive sound LED sequence paper lantern

Nick writes “I have created a Digital Interactive Sound Installation, involving the generation of an array of visualised LED sequences, using ambient sounds and intentional directed sound.” More info, production blog and video here – Link.

4 thoughts on “Interactive sound LED sequence paper lantern

  1. Fub says:

    We’ve been doing this too, but then with self-built rice-paper and wood Japanese-style ‘andon’. Not sound-controlled, but with red, green and blue LEDs that are PWM’ed to product a variety of colors. My wife has a photoshoot of the thing on her blog. Alas, the write-up is in Dutch, but if you want to know details, feel free to leave a comment at the entry.

  2. Felis says:


  3. Interactive Sound LED Sequence Lantern using MAX MSP, iCube, Mic and Speakers | Nicholas Soper says:

    […] into this WordPress installation. Below are the screenshots of the website, as it was seen on – and by my peers at […]

  4. nicksoper says:

    If you are interested in this project all these years later, the permalink has changed to this:

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