The interactive installation is set-up as a split-screen rear projection of 4’ x 5’ occupying 12’ of the galley space. On the right hand side of the screen is a representation of a figurine in 360˚ slowly turning on its axes, on the left side is a representation of a male in a specific pose. Through the use of Theremins as tracking sensors, the spectator can interact with both images. On the right side one, the viewer can spin the image, the faster the image is spinning it will enable the image on the left to turn 10˚. On the left side, a Theremin is used as a proximity sensor to enable the spectator to Zoom the image in and out and Pan left and right.