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How Sand and Light Make Music

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In order for device to work properly, the area must be continuously dark.

For their multimedia graduate thesis, these students created a program that used the depth of the sand and color of the lights  to play a mix of tones.  Five students worked on this thesis, including two not pictured: James Saxon and Matt Roads.

Photos by Chris Valentine

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