How far can modular acoustics go? irido utlizes Computational Acoustics commonly employed among the most celebrated concert halls in the world, coupled with lab measurements at TU Delft to make informed decisions on acoustic properties, offering a level of portability and modularity that surpasses traditional surface diffuser counterparts (i.e. QRD and skyline) and conventional physical acoustic effects (i.e. echo chamber and corridor). named irido, the acoustic installation aims to enhance audio/acoustic experience in enclosed spaces and is designed to be modular, portable and circular. This is a MVP that only exist in one space at a time, meant to serve as placemaking tool and optimize acoustics for music performance. By community engagement and experimenting, irido is leveraging serendipity to inspire others to adopt or design their own circular acoustic treatment.

Jeremy Leung

Following his BMus in Music Production at Los Angeles College of Music, Jeremy Leung attend the National Music Festival (NMF 2019) in Maryland with recording apprenticeship, he then worked with nationally recognized acts such as Los Lobos (Grammy Winner) , Vulfpeck , Scary Pockets and others as assistant engineer at Nest Recorders. During Covid he his interest emerges into tech art and tools making. He was a composer in a dance research project in collaboration with University of Hong Kong, later on as Audio Director for indie game Dessert Tank. He is currently pursuing MMus in Music Technology at Utrecht University of the Arts (Holland Scholarship awardee) and PG.Dip in Acoustics at Institute of Acoustics (U.Liverpool Acoustics Research Unit Lab). His interdisciplinary portfolio includes recent work on sonic branding for the Kaboom Festival (NL), Curator of Third Place, a Youtube channel promotes local artists with highly stylised production and builder of the sonic crystal irido that aims to enhance audio/acoustic experience in enclosed spaces with multimodal stimulus. irido is picked up by AMS institute for their startup booster program, showcased at Schiphol Airport and with its acoustic properties measured at TU Delft.