These artworks are displayed large by projection or video wall or other large display technology.
Using Microsoft Kinect or Azure Kinect devices, the movements of visitors in front of the display are detected and used to interact with the visuals. When a visitor enters the installation space, they may recognize their silhouette in the display. The viewer becomes part of the artwork.
An advantage of using optical tracking technology is that visitors don’t need to use any gear: No controllers, no headset, no instructions needed. Unencumbered interaction!
Visitors can see themselves in the art and can interact, explore and play…
I express natural environments, and am drawn to place the viewer in the artwork, in the environment, surrounded. We are part of our environments. We have an impact. We are part of the flow.
Memories of Rain
Dance at BRICK
Interactive Experiences Shown At:
- NWEAMO Festival, New West Evolving Art Organism – SDSU, San Diego – March, 2023
- Creatures Art Show by Code Kitchen – Konrad King, San Diego – November 2018
- Dance at BRICK – BRICK, San Diego – November 2017