Photothermins on a projection of a primary number binary search program written in BASIC. Collaboration with Jack Hukill.
In 2010 Jack Hukill wrote the program, and I built the photothermins. I saw Jack's program as an opportunity to create a digital music box. Photothermins have a light sensor called a photo resistor. This component captures the difference in frequency of light, so when light passes through the circuit it is translated into sound. The pitch of sound changes depending on the variance of light.