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Ross Flight is and sound and interactive system designer working in designing for theatre for the last ten years.

Ross will present a short musical performance followed by an explanation of the processes involved in the data translation and the importance of mapping when it comes to interactive sound design.

Ross' work has increasingly begun looking at interactive technologies and new forms of real world sound control. He is currently working on an interactive sound piece supported by the National Theatre Studios generating sound from the blooming of an evening primrose flower in real time, but will be using this platform at Music Hackspace to demonstrate his research into using depth sensing camera technology to create complex sound design interaction through human body gestures.


Eventbrite - Ross Flight - sound design interaction talk








This programme is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.


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