An Audio Quatroscopy is a new type of mobile, digital graphic design, whose rhythm is linked to a well-known piece of classical music. A quatroscope is a four-sided mirror tunnel, similar to a caleidoscope, but built of four, rather than three mirrors. An image placed at one end of this square mirror tunnel - when watched from the other end of the tunnel - is reflected repeatedly in four directions, resulting in an unexpected and unique mosaic pattern.
With a new, specially designed algorithm, the movements of a coloured satellite view of Venice in the central square image, lead to multiple individual movements in the mosaic patterns. With a specially developped algorithm, such quatroscopic pattern changes can be adjusted to the tune of well-known classical music pieces, in this example a sonata by Domenico Scarlatti, who lived in Venice 1705-1709.