Stimulating a sensory experience is proving more and more popular in the digital world. Artists, musicians and designers have taken to the web to create experiences that can stimulate our audio and visual senses. We’ve put together our favourite five sensory experiences for you to play with, we’d love to hear your feedback so just drop us a line over at our contact page.

Now make sure you’re sitting comfortably, plug those headphones in and lose yourself in the digital sensory world.

Lights by HelloEnjoy

Fans of Ellie Goulding will love this audio and visually stimulating sensory experience by HelloEnjoy. Use your mouse to move through the this colourful world and simply click to go faster. Bright colours and a catchy soundtrack combine to make a great immersive experience.


Tonematrix describes itself as ‘a pentatonic step sequenzer which produces relaxing sonal patterns.’ Relaxing is certainly the key word here as you light up small squares to produce a delicate tone. As you light up more and more squares you start to create beautiful electronic music providing an audio sensory treat for your ears!

Finding Home

Active Theory have created this relaxing sensory design. You guide a beam of light through a growing world of geometric mountains. The indie rock soundtrack adds a rich sense of peaceful euphoria as you glide through the procedural mountains.


Beatboxing has never sounded so good. This simple and easy to use website lets you become a musical artist with ease. Incredibox was created by So Far So Good a French quartet of designers, musicians and coders back in 2009 and now boasts four different versions of the software adding extra dimensions of coolness.


Silk is interactive generative art. You can create incredible spiral graphics that have a visual stimulation on the sense. It gives you great control over colours, sizes and shapes, once you’ve finished your masterpiece you are able to save any of your creations. Take a look at some of our examples:

Weave Silk sensory example 1

Weave Silk sensory example 2

Weave Silk sensory example 3