This piano is the result of a collaboration between Piano Push Play, CymaSpace & Lucid Design. The front panel was replaced with a grid of LEDs that respond to the sounds and tones of this vintage piano. The sound-reactive visualization closely follows whoever is playing. Different high and low notes create different sound frequencies and amplitudes that are translated into light, color and movement. The piano was on display at Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI) during their Guitars: Science of Sound exhibit in the main lobby where all visitors were welcome to play it.
We are a leading advocate for accessibility and inclusion within the performing arts. We are constantly striving to find new ways to ensure our venue and events are inclusive, especially to Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing communities.
We provide incubator services for new fledgling organizations and communities that are exploring emerging concepts in combining technology and the arts.
We provide educational opportunities for artists, the general public and other performance venues interested in incorporating our unique, cymatic concepts into their work.
CymaSpace is an epicenter for Cymatic study and we are committed to raising awareness of and promoting the benefits of Cymatics (the science and study of sound made visible).