The Live Experimental Spacial Instrument is a collaboration between Collins & Jono Brandel for Pop Up Magazine. Use and to explore the instrument. Press your space bar to change the color.
Live Experimental Spacial Instrument is a collaboration between Collins & Jono Brandel for Pop Up Magazine.
Turn on your microphone and watch LESI react to the sounds you make. Hit play and use your arrows and scroll to interact.
Collins is a brand and customer experience design company based in New York and San Francisco.
We are a multi-disciplinary group working across the digital and the physical with clients like Coca Cola, Target, Facebook and Airbnb.
Jono relies on the combination of two fundamental disciplines: graphic design and computer programming. The results of this mixture vary in form, but usually have a screen-based component. He explores procedural aesthetics.
His work has been showcased at the Tate Modern, Siggraph, FITC, and the Japan Media Arts Festival as well as featured in publications like The New Yorker, It’s Nice That, and Wired Magazine.
An L.A. record producer, Nosaj creates music that "evokes at once the infinite blackness of deep space and the curving, gleaming chrome that moves through it".
His most recent album, Fated, suggested "the delineations between hard sci-fi and soft sci-fi might not be so rigid, and that our transhumanist future might still find room for some of life’s more corporeal pleasures." according to Pitchfork.