This is a related project of Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment (ALiVE).
reconfiguring the CAVE is a computer based interactive video installation that creates a paradigmatic conjunction of body and space via 3D contiguous projections on one vertical screen and on the floor on which the viewers stand. The user interface is a life-size wooden puppet that is formed like the prosaic artists' mannequin, and it is handled by the viewers to control real time transformations of both the computer generated imagery and the sound composition. reconFiguring the CAVE presents relationships between corporeal and spatial co-ordinates that are both physical and conceptual, reflecting those cultural and scientific traditions that conjecture the body as the locus and measure of all things. At the same time it shifts that worldview into a post-modern exigency that reveals the fragile covariance of surrogate mediated bodies that are located in a measureless space of virtual forms.
For more details, please refer to alive.scm.cityu.edu.hk/projects/related/reconfiguring-the-cave/
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