Ever thought about seeing yourself in 4D?
This was done with a cool interactive realtime Videoinstallation of myself which reflects your image over time.
It's a 4D to 2D Projection.
If you don't move over time the result will be a still image. When moving, the displayed image will liquify.
It is done with a webcam and a custom software written in c++. I firstly developed it with processing, but the performance is much better with c++!
For more installtions check: visionlabz.com
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A multimedia video object I have done in 2007.
Each screen is run by a computer which sits just behind the screen. A Sensor measures the position of the screens. The result is an image spanning over all screens.
4D Projector is an interactive realtime Video Installation which displays a 4 dimensional image.
It mirrors yourself over time. A camera captures your image and my software processes it.
The displayed image is a 2D projection of a 4 dimensional world.
It was firstly developed with "Processing beta". To achieve a better performance I finally coded a c++ version.
For more Info visit:
Made with Processing. Audio by The Flashbulb ('Warren' off the album These Open Fields).
Test render of the code I tweaked for my talk at UCLA. Still getting things just right. More to come.
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