Robotics, Human Interactions & Space / Eyerobot 2
by C. Batliner and J. Newsum
SCI-Arc's Eyerobot 2 seminar offered in Spring 2014 challenged students to work on the prototype of a full scale dynamic interface, which invites users for an interactive play between the physical world and the virtual world in real-time, using the human body. Sensing technologies, robotic actuation and projection mapping served as mediating technologies.
The SCI-Arc Robotics Lab is the technological backbone as well host of this development prototype.
Curime Batliner, Faculty Robotics Lab Researcher
Jake Newsum, Robotics Lab Coordinator
Daniel John Caven
Austin Andrew Samson
Salvador Francisco Cortez Hultsch
Nikita Alex Troufanov
Nels William Long
This clip was accepted as a video submission to Rob|Arch 2014 - the international conference on robotic fabrication in architecture, art, and design.