Interactive streetlamp vine sculpture in New Westminster, BC.
All photos by Philip Lo Photography
Registroid is a mutant vintage cash register that has been modified into a playable, interactive, electro-house looping machine with satisfyingly chunky buttons and blinking lights. Plus, there's a surprise if you manage to hit just the right buttons. Ch-ching!
There are currently 3 different Registroid models,
Multi-user illuminated remix machine, featuring music by Longwalkshortdock.
Presented at Bass Coast Festival and Shambhala Music Festival, 2017
Interactive music-making machine created with an old rotary phone and organ pedals
A giant glowing interactive sculpture made from reclaimed shipping containers. Currently installed at Dockside Green in Victoria.
The Amazing Philliphone is an fully-playable beer bottle organ built from an 1886 Chicago Cottage Pump Organ. Built for Phillips Brewery in 2013.
A five-storey-tall musical instrument installed on the Bastion Square Parkade in Victoria, BC. Sensors embedded into railings create sounds and play music loops, with sound-responsive LED lighting.
Playable LED wall remix-station, controlled with an X-box Kinect. Built by Monkey C with software developed by Limbic Media
A portable version of the Musical Railings, with music created by Longwalkshortdock.
Playable kinectic scuplture created with vintage analog machines, controlled with an X-box Kinect. Built by Monkey C with software developed by Limbic Media
Motion-controlled LED painting wall, controlled with an X-box Kinect. Built by Monkey C with software developed by Limbic Media
Interactive exhibit of vintage mutant machines, displayed at the 2015 Victoria Film Festival.
A 42-tap beer trailer created for Phillips Brewery. Working closely with the art team at Phillips, Monkey C created the moving parts and lighting for the project.
The Bubble Organ is an electronic organ that was modified with LEDS and toy bubbleguns. It lights up, makes sounds and blows bubbles when the keys are pressed.