The Art Gallery of Ontario has hosted an interactive experience on an enormous 40 x 15ft LED screen, displaying black and white visual content supported with reactive audio.
Working with the theme ‘illlusion’, the team at Array Of Stars developed an immersive experience that aimed to portray a dimension deeper than the 2D surface with which they were engaged.
The graphics ‘explored many different variables: size, shape, speed, movement and interaction’, and were responsive to user input as detected using motion sensing devices.
— via Array Of Stars: http://www.arrayofstars.com/case_study/n-dimension
Love artistic installations? Check out the Melting Memories project, which generated evolving, personalised artworks from users’ EEG signals: http://exposurehq.com.au/blog/2018/05/07/melting-memories-transforming-eeg-signals-into-generative-artworks/