Tunin’

Royal College of Art

rca.ac.uk

Suitable for: 4yrs +

Tunin’ wants to capture your response to the work shown at CMC Playground 2018 in a fun and engaging way using sound, technology and interaction.

Unlike a traditional paper survey, Tunin’ is responsive and tactile, and will reward you by generating a unique musical piece based on your responses.

For each question place the instrument into the box that matches your experience and press the button at the end to compose your tune!

Tunin’ has been created by a group of students currently enrolled in Information Experience Design at the Royal College of Art. They are interested in finding new ways of capturing and analysing data that engage with an audience using sound, technology, drawing and storytelling. Their diverse backgrounds in Sound Design, Graphic Design, Ceramics, and 3D Making mean they have all brought something different to the team. 

 

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