Espelhos Recursivos (Recursive Mirrors) is a peer-to-peer interactive installation that aims to create symbolic links between moments, people and spaces.
It is based on the dialogue of independent reflexive units - the Recursive Mirrors - which work through a digital metaphor for mirrors. Each Mirror shows a reinterpretation of the reflected present: it is composed by a mosaic of visual informations captured by all others Mirrors, that act like pixels of the webcam videostream.
In this way, every single Recursive Mirror shows an unique result that comes from relationships between moments located in differents spatial-temporal contexts.
Inspired by Estereoscopia, by Andre Parente, the work was developed by Jeraman in C++, using Openframeworks and its first exhibition was in the Festival Contato, held in São Carlos, São Paulo, Brazil, in October 2010.
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