maandag 29 maart 2010

Interactive projection on water.

ENESS - a Melbourne based company that creates Interactive Digital installations;
creations - with the visual aesthetic of traditional sculpture but with the added dimension of 3D computer rendering - has created an installation called Light Ripples.
Light Ripples is an beautiful interactive audio visual installation that uses eight floating balls as control devices. The balls are tracked by a camera, and a custom software changes the sounds and visuals as users interact with the piece. The installation has been built using the company's software - Pixile.

Light Ripples at Maitreya 2010 from ENESS on Vimeo.

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