Ryoji Ikeda is an extremely popular music composer in Japan. He focuses on the “essential characteristics of sound itself and that of visuals as light by means of both mathematical precision and mathematical aesthetics.” One of Ikeda’s works is an installation called The Transfinite. Accompanying the aggressive and static like electronic music are barcode like patterns that move throughout the 54 feet wide by 40 feet tall screen. I believe Ikeda created the music and visuals by the use of loops. He must have had to create different sounds then made them into functions and called them in loops. I am drawn to his work because it is so all encompassing. Just by seeing a video you can tell the world he creates people are a mere spec.