Russell Garehan's dancing sound sculpture called the 'Ferrocious' may sound and look like a strange device, but for what this product may lack in appearance, it more than makes up for it with Garehan's ingenious design that sees this artistic scientist combining the principles of mechanics, movement and art in one magnificent machine.
Gerahan describes Ferrocious as an "electronic ferrofluid sculpture that responds to sound," and for those of you not in the know, 'ferrofluid' is an electromagnetic goo that Gerahan himself only discovered about a year ago on YouTube.
Featuring a stylish open circuit board display, Gerahan's dancing sound sculpture has a built-in microphone and 3.5 mm audio jack that translates music and voice vibrations into movements that literally sees this creation jittering to any beat.
Implications - http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/garehan/ferrocious-the-ferrofluid-sculpture-that-dances-to
Russell Garehan's 'Ferrocious' is Blending Artwork, Science and Movement
1. Dancing Sound Sculptures - Opportunity for artists and designers to explore the blending of art, science, and movement in innovative ways.
2. Electromagnetic Goo - Potential for further research and development of ferrofluid technology for applications in various industries.
3. Interactive Audiovisual Art - Emerging trend of incorporating sound and movement in art installations to create immersive experiences.
1. Art and Design - Artists and designers can leverage the concept of dancing sound sculptures to create unique and interactive artworks.
2. Electronics and Technology - The electronics industry can explore the integration of sound-responsive features in different products.
3. Entertainment and Events - Entertainment companies and event organizers can incorporate interactive audiovisual art installations to enhance audience experiences.