What if all of the sudden the world we all know to well change by a turned in the laws of physics? what would it look like? how would we look like? Deconstruction mirror is an installation were participants will face a turned around version of themselves, as if they were entering a place where space and time has change and now gravity is making all the world around them look weird by stretching and melting physical reality.
According to Manuel Castells’s The Power of Identity, in this digital age, the biggest threat to our privacy is no longer being watched by the “big brother”. Instead, “little sisters” – some business organizations that have access to our privates – are more relating to our personal lives. Judging by the ads I received on Facebook and Instagram I feel my social media know me better than myself, but they don't really care who am I, they only care me or anyone of us as a target custom, a sample set of the big data, a dispensable pixel of their business.
In this project, I want to convey this concept by using image processing skills I learned on Pixel by Pixel class, and create a depersonalized album – Faceblurk.
Revenge of Left Shark is an interactive rhythm and dance game. In other words, DDR with your hands. The game uses computer vision to place the player on the beach, supply visual cues and provide real-time scoring information. Show Left Shark your moves!
How machine perceive itself or the others? *Two* project is started from this simple but deep question. We are expecting people re-consider about perception, objective and subjective, and reality in a philosophical way.
In real life and in digital spaces, we offer multiple versions of ourselves for numerous reasons. Painting Mirror plays with this idea and proposes continuous ways of seeing and presenting yourself. Using dual camera angles and the open source software, Processing, video reflections are fragmented, resized, duplicated, and scattered across the surface. The pieces blend together and moving them paints the screen anew. The impulse might be to reassemble your image into a whole, but can you?