Our work for the Oculus Rift project of the Breda University of Applied Sciences is done! We composed 30 interactive compositions you hear and can react to while seeing a virtual reality exposition of stunning Japanese paintings.
Interactive music asks for sounds that suggest unity and meanwhile react to changes in the environment. In the oculus project, we investigate how we can do this realistically. Our key is the transformation of musical themes and motives.
Research starts in the summer of 2015. We are very much looking forward to the results.
Image: Brenden Gibbons