“Audiograph” by Matt DesLauriers at 3D Web Fest
The third annual 3D Web Fest is a fundraiser benefiting non-profit CODAME ART+TECH whose mission is to embrace innovation through creativity, play, and collaboration between companies, artists and technologists, building immersive, engaging, out of the ordinary experiences.
“Audiograph” is one of those projects!
“Audiograph” is a visual exploration of Pilotpriest’s 2016 album, TRANS. The artwork lies at the intersection of music, technology, art, and open source. It is a project that gives back to the audience — with the WebGL code on GitHub and the album free to download on Bandcamp. Audiograph’s easy shareability and open source nature promote stronger collaboration and connections between artists, developers, educators, aspiring creators, and the audience. “Audiograph” is a passion project designed and developed by Matt DesLauriers, a creative developer from Toronto.
Matt DesLauriers is a self-taught graphics programmer and media artist with a background in Film & Media at Queen’s University. Working at Jam3 in Toronto, he combines his love of art, programming, and technology to build interactive content for the web. Through his Jam3 and freelance experience, Matt has built dozens of large campaigns including VR experiences, mobile applications, 3D games, interactive documentaries, data visualizations, and physical installations.
When he is not tinkering with code, you might find him in a local espresso shop or rock climbing gym.