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David Rokeby

David Rokeby

Voice Scroll



David Rokeby is a Toronto-based artist who works with a variety of digital media to critically explore the impacts these media are having on contemporary human lives. He has exhibited and lectured extensively internationally and has received numerous international awards, including a Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts (2002), a Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica for Interactive Art (2002), and a British Academy of Film and Television Arts “BAFTA” award in Interactive art (2000). He is currently the director of the BMO Lab at the University of Toronto.

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Voice Scroll

voice recognition system, text to image generator, microphone, projection, interaction palette

Voice Scroll is a real-time voice-to-panoramic image generator. Live speech is translated into an unfolding panorama in real-time. It can be used either as a public interactive installation or in real-time performance. It is an example of BMO Lab’s experiments in using machine learning systems in real-time performance environments and of their mission to create experiential situations where one can intuitively prod, poke, and probe machine learning systems.

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