Every now and then there is something that stands alone from other things around due to its creativity and sound application.
Flightphase, HUSH Studios, and 160over90, all three created a 36-feet interactive wall for the admission centre of University of Dayton. This live surfacing wall was beautifully designed with one major element/shape, Cube.
Cubes started to move as a small element to reach to its actual size once animated. They also formed to different shapes. Four Kinect cameras were fixed to ceiling to track visitors’ movements.
TSPS (Toolkit for Tracking People in Spaces) was used as a video tracking tool by designers and two Mac Minis to get input from Kinect cameras. openFrameworks, software, was used to animate this whole enthralling experience.