27.02.15 by Prosthetic Knowledge

Interactive Installation: A Thousand Times Me

A Thousand Times Me

An interactive installation by Visual Pilots puts the audience into algorithmic space, combining recursive fractals and reflections of the participants creating a real-time kaleidoscopic experience. Watch the video below.

 

You can find out more about the project here.













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Rich Oglesby is the UK-based creator of the art and technology blog, Prosthetic Knowledge.



  • Joe

    Integrating the audience images seems obvious but it’s really genius move

  • Ooo man this is cool, i like the more abstract kaleidoscope forms in the beginning of the video the best for sure





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