Person Is A DataStructure
How does it feel to be watched? That’s the raw feeling we want you to experience. You step into our world and it’s just mirrors…Little warm lights over top each one of them, giving you an eerie feeling as soft sounds beckon you closer. You walk around this mostly dark room staring at reflections and they are all that you see… It makes you feel very isolated as you notice there’s a blinking light that intrigues you to investigate it, so you start walking towards it. You eventually get to the back and you notice yourself on several large CRT monitors, your face all mangled and distorted. You realize someone has been recording you, makes you wonder who is watching? And what do they want to do to you…
The emotional development of the project comes from a cultural reference to air pollution. The air quality varies from place to place, and we want people to be aware of this. The winding black industrial pipe symbolizes pollution.
Human beings themselves feel the quality of the surrounding air through their skin and noses. In our work, I hope to restore this part of the design and let people feel the air quality in different areas through their skin and noses.
Sharing Silhouettes is a motion capture project in the form of an interactive audio-visual art installation. The interactivity is based on data from a Kinect camera sensor, processed and visualized to reveal a participant’s presence. The audio-visual scene and user presence appear as a graveyard and a ghost, where the user can interact with the tombstones. Touching the tombstones reveal past movements, where there is ambiguity as to whether they are the users’ motions or those of prior users.
Personal 3d work
Interactive stage / Motion capture