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HKU-student Juriaan Moolhuysen made (together with a great team
of enthusiasts) a 25 minute documentary about last years edition of
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|Leo van der Veen|
This installation needs two people to touch one another. By sticking your hand in a bowl of water and touching the other person, a current runs through the installation. Your body and the way you touch determine the strength of the current. This current then runs through an amplifier which turns it into sound. Try it, and you can listen to the sparks fly.
Conductive! Liquid! is an interactive installation by Leo van der Veen. It involves salt water, electricity, light, sound and you. Put the plug in a ‘socket’ and create light and sound!
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