woensdag 5 januari 2011


Bron; www.dailydooh.com
An interactive installation using a Hecla-supplied Lighthouse screen is Machina Ludens, which was shown as a piece of art on Dutch interactive narrowcasting channel DROPSTUFF.nl. Using 60m2 of R12 panels, here a camera detects people in front of the screen and starts a game, based upon their movement and eye-positions. For example, the screen shows stars above the viewer’s head, which they can ‘catch’ with their hands and be awarded points for.

Further Lighthouse panels have also been used in conjunction with KITT Engineering technology for Dropstuff, an interactive narrowcasting channel that shows artwork, some of it interactive, on a network screens in museums, railway stations, schools, libraries and art galleries throughout Holland.

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