Flox by Jason Ponce is an interactive sound installation that upsets the one-to-one relationship that often characterizes interactive artworks. Instead of putting the individual at the center of the experience, Flox centers around group coordination. As visitors step into a motion-captured space, each person's body is assigned one component of an active but disorganized soundscape, which must be reassembled by active listening and coordinated movement. Wireless luminescent pods carried by each visitor provide visual feedback about the state of the installation, and help guide the group towards a final resolution of the piece.
Shot on 640x480 flipcam, cut with FCP6 by J. Bessoff at High Concept Laboratories.