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Tricyclosynth

May 2014

The Terrace, University of Lincoln

Owl Project worked with General Practice on a Curio partnership to create a new performance based around augmenting the Curio tricycle, transmitting sensor and camera data from the moving tricycle to control analogue synths and then relaying the audio back to the tricycle to be played back through a wooden acoustic horn mounted on the back.