DISIS faculty and students continually engage in various creative projects involving sound spatialization, including artistic performances and installations, as well as the research of novel scientific concepts. Most recently, "Kite Lanterns," an installation showcased at Farmers Market this fall engaged over dozen students from concept to realization. Students engaging in these projects will learn the importance of sound, sonification, and spatialization and its use in both applied and abstract contexts. Some projects are paid opportunities while others may require an independent study.
|Ivica Ico Bukvic||Music||College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences|
|Benjamin Knapp||Computer Science||College of Engineering|
|Charles Nichols||School of Performing Arts||College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences|
|Eric Lyon||Music||College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences|