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KEF Muon Responsive Installation

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Wood Pencil / Digital Installations / Digital Installations / 2008

This audio responsive visual installation launched KEF’s Muon speakers, designed by Ross Lovegrove, at the Milan Furniture Fair in April 2007. A custom-built, sound-responsive visual engine was used to dynamically map liquid behaviours across a massive LED screen on the floor. These organic, responsive light forms created an emotional aura around the speakers that perfectly encapsulated the dual inspirations of particle physics and Zen Buddhism, from which Muon derives its name.

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