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WikiLetters – our special gift for 10 years Wikipedia!
15.01.11 Homebase, Berlin
Wikipedia articles of the last 10 years sputter out of you! Through every kind of motion, whether a booty dance or simple gesture, the visitor can write texts without typing and thinking.
We use the Wikipedia API to get data out of every single Article and send it over to the software we created in c++ using openframeworks. The Kinect provides video for the software to process in form of motion. Text is converted into a particle system and single letters loosen up by motion to rebuild a reasonable sentence on the top.
- 3D Camera (Kinect)
- Wikipedia API
- particle system by Kyle McDonald
Interactive installation for JSConf.eu at HomeBase, Berlin
Finally we are able to transform human beings into nostalgic arcade bits!
Super Mario had his first contact with a naked woman,
Mega-Man was beaten up by Donkey Kong and even the Mozilla-Firefox mutated into 8-Bit.
Rumble in the Jungle, Super Mega Bros. 9, Future City 3 and Downtown Action were the games to play!
シャドウプレイ／shadowplay shows an experimental interaction paradigm built with the Projector Camera Toolkit, developed during Guest Research Project v.1 at YCAM Interlab.
This video demonstrates some shadowplay experiments, built around the idea of using two projectors that are perfectly aligned. The projectors display the inverse images of each other, so that without interference the screen appears white. When an object enters the space, the structure hidden in the projection is revealed in the shadows. The technical challenge of aligning the projections and calibrating the colors of the projection is solved with the Projector Camera Toolkit, using structured light scanning and some novel feedback-based calibration techniques.
An interactive media installation created in collaboration with Mike Allison. A stretched sheet of spandex acts as a membrane interface sensitive to depth that people can push into and create fire-like visuals and expressively play music. More information available at: aaron-sherwood.com/works/firewall Will be used in the performance piece Mizaru created with Kiori Kawai: purringt.com/mizaru