Hacked / circuit bent analogue television which visualises sound signals, displaying both individual or the interaction of two oscillating waves. The piece is interactive, with a user control panel to alter frequency, amplitude and wave form of both horizontal and vertical signals.
The hacked CRT television was converted, in collaboration with electrician Brian Moreau, to display wave pitch, frequency and amplitude as an oscilloscope.
Later adapted with jacks for external audio input and speaker output the piece took on a new life as a sound responsive tool for audio visuals.
Displayed at the Makers Faire 2014 in Elephant and Castle.
Exhibited at the Manor House Warehouses open day 2015.
Used for the production of an audio responsive visuals that becomes a music video for Henry Greenleaf.