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As a precursor to developing larger computational sculptures, I devised a series of three studies to explore various ways of interacting with sculptural systems and to explore different types of sensors and motors. The first study is physically reactive and its motion is triggered by touching one of two sensors mounted on its surface. The second study has a remote interaction via a screen-based interface. Sending a stimulus triggers a solenoid and the temporal difference between stimuli is calculated to modulate the speed of a DC motor which turns a series of wires. The third study has an ambient reaction and uses the sound and light levels in the room to generate motion.

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