Relativity – screen shot

Einstein’s theory describes a world where measures of time and space are not absolute, but relative. Relativity is a program that allows the user to define up to four points of reference of a particular frequency, spatial location, and amplitude. Concentric circles are added by the user to create a visual/harmonic complex for each referencial point. These complexes can be moved or altered as separate entities, and as the reality of each changes, so does its relation to others. Beneath these structures is a backdrop of sound (dark matter) largely unpredictable, yet controllable in terms of playback speed and amplitude. The fifth point of reference is that of the user whose reality is self-defined through manipulation of the given parameters and the application of random processes to those parameters. (Graphic Design by Alysse Stepanian)

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