“Yeah, I’ve never felt anything like that before,” said Tom, “also, your face is totally melting. What’s up with that?”
“I really don’t know,” Christopher said as his chin slid off of his lap and onto the ground.
“It’s really disconcerting.”
“I imagine so.”
Furry interactive sound installation by Emily Groves plays a chorus of cat sounds as you touch or stroke it - video embedded below:You can find out more background about the project here, and Emily has a Tumblr of her own (blogantenna) here
Mew is an interactive sound piece. As you walk towards the curious and gawkish object, it begins to emit a soft purring sound. If you stroke the fur, it will emit distorted meow sounds that are manipulated by the direction your hand moves. Pushing on the object will also alter the sounds, but pressing too hard will make Mew hiss.
I’m doing a book giveaway on Goodreads - enter to get one of 10 signed, print copy of my collection of very, very short stories - PITH. Of course, you can always just download it for free at pithstories.com
I found out about Kij Johnson today. What a great author. A lot of her short stories are here on her website.
I recommend this short one (if you don’t mind a bit of a bummer): Ponies
and this monkey one: 26 Monkeys, also the abyss