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Audio Space Theo Watson 2005 headphones, microphone, voice sound, deformed sound, single-user, reactive to head position, filles the whole room, unconscious choice of narrative by movement, anywhere indoors, environment, sound, sonic
Audio Space is a 3D augmented aural space. A user wearing a headset can leave messages at any point within the room and hear all the sounds left by everyone before them spatialised as if the people were really still there. It has been exhibited at ICHIM 05 in Paris, the 2006 Eyebeam Summer Exhibition in New York, Netherlands Institute for Media Art Amsterdam 2007 and TAG The Hague 2008. Later version transform the voice into sonic structures that create a rich and layered sonic environment.
Epizentrum Martin Zeplichal 2005 projection, videomapping, architecture, reactive animation, multi-user, 180 large field of view, no narrative, anywhere indoors, long setup, projectionmapping, audio reactive, energy, edges
The sensitive reciprocity between visitor and space is visualized by interactively animating the existing architectural geometry. Seismographic oscillations produced by the visitor of the space get amplified and every step causes striking movements of the ambient itself. This map of oscillation gets amplified and transferred into a visible real-time animation that projects the animated edges of the building geometry on itself. The space visibly moves and becomes both interactive toy and interface.
HoloCubtile (Immersion, ANR) 2009 sculpture and mirror, motion and tactile sensors, human gestures, generative animation, multi-user, 180 large field of view, reacts to hand gestures, interactive non-linear narrative, could be placed anywhere indoors, long setup time required, tactile, cube, light, mirror, hologram, Laval Virtual
The HoloCubtile is an augmented reality device that makes use of a mirror to blend the visualization and interaction spaces. That way, the three-dimensional object really appears in the reflected user’s hands,
Livingroom2 Jan Torpus, Roderick Galantay, Bennet Uk (Swiss National Science Foundation,, iart) 2007 headmounted display, tracking sensors, videofeed, animation, single-user, 360 large field of view, reactive to head position, interactive non-linear narrative, anywhere indoors, long setup, science-fiction, design, decoration
The room is approached as an illusionary space, a simulation of a possible future experience of daily life instead of a tool for content development. In ‘living-room2’ the space itself becomes the object of transformation. In the virtual layer, the room can be visually transformed, reconstructed, extended, etc. Thus, the user becomes part of an immersive environment. By giving the visitor the possibility to “change the space”, living-room2 offers new opportunities for applications in the fields of Architecture, Scenography, Tourism, Museology and Education.
Museum AR Kiosk (Total Immersion, Exhibit Engineering) 2008 desktop, graphic image recognition, marker, still, single user, small field of view, reactive to marker position, non-linear, informational, anywhere indoors, anatomy, human body
This augmented reality experience, created in partnership with Exhibit Engineering, puts 3D images of a beating human heart into the welcoming hands of visitors. « In a new gallery filled with cutting-edge exhibits designed to engage and educate visitors about the miracle of the human body, TI's solution delivers an experience that can't help but grab your attention » said Matt Browning, Director of Software Development for Exhibit Engineering.
Out of the Blue Marina de Haas, Wim van Eck and Alwin de Rooij (AR+RFID LAB) 2007 headmounted, graphic image recognition, marker logo's, animation, sound, single-user, 360 choice of perspective, large field of view, reactive to head position, looped linear narrative, anywhere indoors, Today's art, balls
AR+RFID Lab artist in residence Marina de Haas together with Wim van Eck, Jan Willem Brandenburg, Jurjen Caarls and Alwin van Rooij created a unique audio-visual AR environment made of round objects leading back to the basics of all organic shapes on earth. The ellipse shapes come out of the walls and find their way into the exhibition space. When you wear the Augmented Reality headset you are bound to stay in a circle of 1.50 meter from the table, which is set
The Amazing Cinemagician Helen Papagiannis 2009 spacial projection, graphic image recognition, paying cards, animation on fogscreen, multi-user, 360 large field of view, natural eye movement, non-linear narrative triggered by user, anywhere indoors, Georges Méliès, fog, spacial
The project “The Amazing Cinemagician” is based on a card-trick, using physical playing cards as an interface to interact with the FogScreen. RFID tags are hidden within each physical playing card. (Part of the magic and illusion of this project was to disguise the RFID tag as a normal object, out of the viewer’s sight.) Each of these tags corresponds to a short film clip by Méliès, which is projected on to the FogScreen once a selected card is placed atop the RFID tag reader.
[syn]aesthetics_09 Halvor Høgset 2009 handheld display, shape recognition, markers, videofeed, animation and sound, multi-user, 360 small field of view, reacts to hands position, linear narrative, anywhere indoors, long setup, XGA, Galleri ROM
The installation uses the whole exhibition space, and consists of 3 handheld monitors (1 cordless and 2 with cable) equipped with progressive XGA video cameras, headphones and buttons for interaction. Through these monitors the users explore the space, augmented with digital structures and spatialized sounds, and interact with them in a real-time experience.
? sculpture, animation, sound, multi-user, 360 large field of view, linear narrative, anywhere indoors, long set-up, synesthetic, abstract, Passagen