project ruori uses Kineme QC plugins for interactive sound installation

project ruori used Kineme's MIDI control plugins for Quartz Composer to operate three homemade instruments that exhibit visitors could "play" by covering photosensitive cells with shadows. The instruments were turned on and off at irregular intervals by a machine activated by the insertion of ping-pong balls, which were also detected using photocells.

This was something new for Kineme, since this exhibit contained no graphics (aside from a nonessential status display, shown in the left photo above) and the plugins and QC were used to control levels of and effects on the various sounds programmed into the installation.