Sound artist and designer Kyle Evans created an instrument, that allows the player to generate sounds and on-screen visuals using the cathode ray tube from a 1970s TV. The instrument represents Evans's interest in the hybridisation of old and new technology. Speaking about the project he says, "By structuring the de/Rastra around a 1970s television, which is literally worn by the performer in a fashion similar to that of a guitar, the performer's actions become directly connected and transferred to the cathode ray tube, concentrating both the performer's engagement to the instrument and the resulting visualisations into a centralized object."
Find out more about the project here.
via [Creative Review]