Auscault turns your body into an interactive instrument.

Use pleasure, pain, surprise, anger, and other spectrums of emotion to play and listen to the emotional states and changes in yourself or another human being.

Auscault can be played alone, as a tool for exploring how certain thoughts or environments make you feel, or with a friend, as an augmentation or replacement for traditional communication.

Using bodily biometrics – pulse/heart rate/blood-oxygen levels with a photoplethysmograph and electrical resistance through Galvanic Skin Response – in conjunction with changing facial expressions, Auscault uses machine learning to identify where you are in a given moment on an emotional grid, then responsively realizes that placement with adaptive music and visuals.