MRISAR's Interactive Tech Sculpture: Spectral Chime
The Spectral Chime is a 5' high electromechanical electronic sculpture featuring four remotely actuated gongs with rear mounted strikers. The sculpture is designed to be set as a scientific work of art behind an appropriate barrier.
The sculpture comes with a durable control council to attach to a nearby location for public use. When the strikers are triggered, the electronic attribute reacts to the sound and produces shimmering light patterns through a series of super bright LED's placed across the sculpture.
This sculpture is an example of sensory inputs and reactionary effects in electronic systems, conductivity, electromagnetic effects, force & leverage, visual and wave length specific electromagnetic emissions, photons, sound, frequency and amplitude.
The standard version requires a grounded 120 V AC outlet, proper location and a mounting for the control panel. A Solar Conversion accessory is available.
This exhibit is part of an Interactive Tech Art Rental Exhibition we are creating!
Original Tech Art Sculpture designed by awarded, published and exhibited; Artist, Engineer, Scientist and MRISAR R&D Team member John Adrian Siegel.