Texty (2007) is a Lingo software project which requires user’s input.
Any text typed on the keyboard is translated into a string of letters which gently fall to the bottom of the screen and accumulate. The user can see the content of their writting disintegrate and turn into a growing layer of textual mulch. Each keystroke is accompanied by a loud sound of typewriter produced by a pair of enormous speakers, situated directly behind the user. The sound wave is physically detectable as a vibration of air.