The Synesthesia Project

The Synesthesia project is a collaboration between faculty and students of the Department of Music, Department of Dramatic Arts, Department of Digital Media & Design, and the Music Dynamics Laboratory at the University of Connecticut at Storrs.

The goal is to research the connection between music and visual responses in members of the UCONN community that have synesthesia; to develop software and neural networks that mimic, or can be trained, to have similar responses; to develop the software applications to interface human beings who have synesthesia with projection and stage lighting control equipment; and to incorporate synesthetic responses into the design elements for live performance.

Synesthesia I is the first phase of this project, and will culminate in a live performance in von der Mehden Recital Hall on the UConn campus on November 6, 2018 at 8:00 pm. The performance will comprise musicians from the Department of Music, lighting designers from the Department of Dramatic Arts, projection designers from the Department of Digital Media & Design, and students and faculty from the Music Dynamics Laboratory.

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