A collaborative space where artists, scientists, and students can learn about and experiment in the vibrational arts.
VibraFusionLab is a Canada Council, SSHRC and Ontario Arts Council funded project that represents the combination of the arts with academia and accessibility. Working with the Inclusive Media Design labs at Ryerson University, and Tactile Audio Displays Inc., David Bobier, founder and director of the VibraFusionLab brings art, access, and academia together to help build a community of inclusive arts.
The community is growing every day, and with every workshop, concert, and organization that takes place at VibraFusionLab.
David Bobier, founder and director of the VibraFusionLab is a Canadian artist pioneering the vibrotactile arts. This includes vibrations both alone and in combination with video and audio media formats. Deaf, hard of hearing, blind, and deaf/blind people can experience more of what they may not see or hear through sound for the body as a new art and communication format.
TAD develops the suite of tools, display devices, and software to make delivering multi-channel tactile-audio experiences to the body in a way that is accessible to anybody.
The VibraFusionLab invites the public to the space for art shows, concerts, and other performances regularly. Check our Facebook or Twitter feeds for real time updates on workshops, performances, shows, and other events that represent a unique space for creation and presentation.