Tunable Sound Cloud by Fishtnk

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The Tunable Sound Cloud is a set of panels mounted to a roof that can dynamically change shape, with which to control the sound that arrives at the ears of the listeners.

Using grasshopper, the surface created by 48 panels are based on tesselation of isoceles triangles. Standing at 45 deg, the isoceles triangle is reflected to form a square, and this is being reflected again throughout 360 deg about a point. Each isoceles triangle is also divided into 3 parts, which allows the surface formed to have more flexibility for its kinetic behaviour.

Read more:

http://rad.daniels.utoronto.ca/2010/11/tunable-sound-cloud/

http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2010-06/14/tunable-sound-cloud-alters-acoustics-at-will

Reported by – Ziza

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