This immersive sound was designed using Invisio technology developed by the University of Michigan. In this design, I broke Beethoven’s The Symphony №5 in C minor according to the rhythm of the music, and attached the sounds of different rhythm segments to different spaces (the part of the red area), similar to the sound in the indoor space. And then for the exterior, I designed the sound of the moving Chinese opera, so when people walked in this virtual space, the perception formed was fragmented, intertwined with Chinese and Western music. This design is also my first time using sound as the medium of operation, deconstruction of music and spatial reconstruction.

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