Sound Forest is a collaborative research project carried out between Sound and Music Computing at KTH and the Swedish Museum of Performing Arts (Scenkonstmuseet) in Stockholm.
Sound Forest is a multisensory installation and a large-scale Digital Musical Instrument (DMI) incorporating sound, haptic feedback and colored lights. Five light-emitting interactive strings, vibrating haptic platforms and speakers are used to provide multisensory feedback and musical content. The installation was inaugurated in 2017 and is open for visitors at the Museum of Performing Arts at least until 2026.
Duration of the project: 2016-ongoing
Press Release. "Alla kan spela i Ljudskogen" (in Swedish). Press release photo available here .
KTH News. "Sch – lyssna på KTH:s ljudforskning!" (in Swedish)
Svenska Dagbladet. "En skog av ljud öppnar på Scenkonstmuseet" (in Swedish)
Scenkonstmuseet News. "De har skapat Ljudskogen" (in Swedish)