Harmonic Fugue

Sarah's feeling blue. And red. And green.

Sarah’s been wanting to go play in the Harmonic Fugue installation at Hendrix College. The lights are actually part of a pedestrian tunnel that goes under Harkrider Street allowing students to go between the main campus and the new wellness center. Motion sensors cause the lights to activate and play tones as walkers pass them.

During a tour, Sarah was shown a sequence to tap the sensors that starts and light and sound show. She tried it again on this visit, with the help of a couple of teenaged girls who happened by while we were there.

It was an opportunity for me to try out a new camera, too. Crystal and the girls gave me a Olympus e-pl1 for my birthday, and I’m determined to do more fun stuff for myself with it. This was its maiden voyage, and I was quite pleased with the imagery it can produce. Video, too!


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