Tam Treanor (MSc) is a Sound Designer and Software Developer based in Edinburgh (UK). He specialises in building adaptive software applications and data sonification systems for both artistic and commercial use. Tam is currently developing a range of multi-sensory products for disabled groups.
Some of his recent work includes:
Reactive Floor – A dance floor which reacts to the movements of dancers, triggering light and sound.
St Cecilia’s Hall Museum Sampler Instrument Collection – A kiosk which enables museum visitors to play the sounds of some of the oldest keyboard instruments in the world.
Birdsong Contextualiser – A virtual Colony of digital birds who interact with each other generating emergent, synthesized birdsong.