Valentina Venza - Portfolio
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In collaboration with Laura Bordin, Lorenzo Cercelletta
Date February - April 2009
Realized in IUAV > clasVEM > Interaction Design lab 2
Programmed in Arduino + Processing
Teachers: Gillian Crampton Smith, Philip Tabor
Project website: 08–09 Interaction Design Lab 2 projects » Steli
Steli is a collaborative musical instrument designed to make people, located in different spaces, cooperate. The system suggests users how to play the twin installations in harmony by reproducing real time the whole “composition” in both places. Steli has been programmed using an Arduino board. It uses different sensors, such as bending sensors and solenoids, to control touch, rythm and sound. My major contrubite to the project was the coding and the illustrations that explains how the system works.





Please visit the project website to learn more.