David Draper, a Part 2 student at the University of Greenwich, designed this recording studio using sound as a driving force.Employing computation, shape grammars and multi-agent programming, he made on-site recordings of people, traffic and urban activities and then used recording-studio technologies to identify the different activities by frequency and bandwidth. This technical data was reconfigured with a multi-agent programme to form the basis of a shape grammar. The sound levels ...
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