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HIGA Satoru “VP3L”

September 15–November 26, 2006


“VP3L” is a real-time sound programming language based on the concept of space. It generates various sounds depending on the positions and the links of the basic programming elements, i.e., objects located in computer-simulated 3D space.
Additionally, as VP3L connects the space in the program and the 3D audio environment, the programming space becomes the sound space itself. It enables users to move freely within the programming space (= the sound space), and manipulate the sounds. In the installation version of “VP3L” developed for this exhibition, diverse sound programming samples prepared in advance are used as a base, and the simple interface allows participants to change the sound as they wish by moving inside the programming space or changing the positions of the objects.



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