OTTO went on public display at the IDE Perfomance Show at the Royal College of Art in 2006.

Besides learning about the device itself, we designed OTTO’s space in a way that would allow visitors to experience enhanced silent sounds in an engaging, physical and low-tech way by using cheap analogue components. Visitors also had the opportunity to interact with pre-recorded sounds to understand the use of audio filters and appreciate the notion of everyday ambient sounds for music composition.

OTTO's space with interaction wall for interacting with pre-recorded sounds.