Introspect is a collection of interactive visuals that use sound as live input to affect the animation. It is a translation of anxiety into a visual language. The project started with a personal experience of dealing with an anxiety disorder and it illustrates the sound through geometric form based on variables such as scale, rotation, movement, and color.
The graphics generated are tests of possibilities. They were an exploration of limits and boundaries of sound-based input. The digital platform is a user participatory digital exhibition. Users can check or uncheck different check boxes to affect the visual experience generated through live sound input. It is also designed to be a physical installation where the animations are projected in a space.