Dan Sandin
b. 1942

The melding of art and science can be seen in the work of Dan Sandin, a former physics student turned kinetic sculpture and intermedia specialist who became interested in audio synthesizers after working on slides for light shows. Around 1968, he decided that he wanted to make a visual counterpart to the Moog audio synthesizer and taught himself the fundamentals of electronic design. He completed his patch-programmable, real-time analog image processor in 1973, capable not only of manipulating and mixing …

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5 Minute Romp Through the IP (1971)