Spatial Soundsculpture is a project created by Daniel and Christopher Franke Warnow.
A white room, the walls around the panels on which are printed a number of fiducial markers, a laptop screen is mounted on a webcam, a new layer of information is deposited on the real space that the naked eye, lacking in technological prosthesis can not see. Moving into the room with the screen and framing the fiducial markers, a sound sculpture takes shape on the surface of the digital monitor.
But this is not a static image. Thanks to the characteristics of the markers, sensitive to the interaction, as in Veet video sculpture moves and changes along with our movement.