Vibrotactile Sleeves



2014 End of the Year Show, Media Arts and Technology, UC Santa Barbara.


“Vibrotactile Sleeves” is an installation/demo of intersensorial sonic-vibrotactile music using two audio channels and six vibrotactile channels, using custom wearable vibrotactile sleeves. It features the original composition “Etude No. 1 for Vibrotactile Sleeves” (2014).


Concept, Composition, and Vibrotactile Sleeves (including 3D printed mounts), by Alexis Story Crawshaw.


Ryan McGee assisted with spatial programming and Randolph Crowson of Crowson Technologies generously provided equipment and workspace. 

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