PixelZoom is an interactive technology that uses audio 'space' to manipulate visual imagery. A series of still images is tweaked based on audio input. When the audio input comes from the left end of the stereo spectrum, the left part of the image is zoomed in on. When the audio input comes from all across the stereo spectrum, the entire image becomes a shimmering 'film' that seems to pulsate to the music. Developed by the South African collective 'No-Organisation,' a short installation of PixelZoom is viewable online. - Curt Cloninger
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