Thursday, April 22, 2010

Museum Exhibit Design Inspiration: Pulsate

Pulsate is a fun Web-based interactive musical program developed by André Michelle.

The elegant interaction sort of reminds me of electronic raindrops.  Pulsate lends itself to repeated experimentation, and it strikes me as an idea that would actually lend itself nicely to a large multitouch environment with multiple users.

Try Pulsate out for yourself, and check out the rest of the offerings on the aM Laboratory website while you're there.

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  1. Mesmerizing...great find, Paul.

  2. That's fabulous! I might wish for a few more options to controlling the sound, but it's actually kind of appealing to *not* have complete control, too. I will definitely be passing this one along!