Augmented visualisation project by Byron Bay design student.
Senior student Alex Rosano has created a spectacular, interactive augmented reality experience based on the idea of synesthesia. Synesthesia is a condition in which the senses intertwine; synesthetes may interpret sounds as colours or sense food tastes as geometric shapes. Alex’s project was inspired by the scientific research of David Eagleman and integrates software like Vuforia, Unity Engine, C# programming language, a particle system and the use of an AR headset. Alex worked with audio, design and games students to bring his project to life.