computer, TV screen, webcam, tripod
'Impressions' is a interpretative installation, serving both as a visually interesting coffee table, an interactive canvas and a real-time reflection of the participants' interactions. Through contrast and movement, the project's screen comes alive when the space above it is manipulated.
Equal parts coffee table and cutting-edge technological development, 'Impressions' shows off the possibilities that can come from integrating technology into normal parts of our daily lives. A combination of TV screen, webcam, cleverly tailored Processing Code (combining blob detection, OpenCV, and other software), as well as human interaction, Impressions transformed from simple furniture piece to a fascinating, interactive surface. Users of the prototype were able to explore and observe as plates, cups, hats, hands, pieces of paper and even paper airplanes left behind distinct trails and footprints in quickly fading red light, creating a high-tech canvas limited only by the users’ imaginations.
|Bachelor Student:||Casper Boonen|
|Bachelor Student:||Colin Sharpe|
|Bachelor Student:||Daniel Mieritz|
|Bachelor Student:||Julie Christine Binau|
|Bachelor Student:||Marie Staunstrup|
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