Vocal Vibrations: A Multisensory Experience of the Voice

  title={Vocal Vibrations: A Multisensory Experience of the Voice},
  author={Charles Holbrow and Elena Naomi Jessop and Rebecca Kleinberger},
Vocal Vibrations is a new project by the Opera of the Future group at the MIT Media Lab that seeks to engage the public in thoughtful singing and vocalizing, while exploring the relationship between human physiology and the resonant vibrations of the voice. This paper describes the motivations, the technical implementation, and the experience design of the Vocal Vibrations public installation. This installation consists of a space for reflective listening to a vocal composition (the Chapel) and… CONTINUE READING

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