*능동형 멤브레인 인터렉티브 미디어 설치물 [ aaron sherwood + mike allison ] firewall media installation


파이어월은 2013년 6월에 오픈할 퍼포먼스 댄스 '미자루'의 소품으로

죽음과 삶의 경계를 막의 플렉시블과 다양한 패턴으로 표현하는 설치물입니다.

멤브레인 막에 투사되는 이미지는 사용자의 터치 및 움직임에 따라 능동적으로 반응하며

다양한 무브먼트를 구현하게 됩니다. 압력의 정도에 따라 반응하며 비틀어지는 막의 위상은

2차원의 한계를 벗어나지 못하는 이전 비쥬얼 미디어에서 한발 더 앞선 기술적 진보를 보여줍니다.

다양한 장소, 공간에서 능동적인 상호교환 방식으로 새로운 미디어매체가 될 것 입니다.


reviewed by SJ



developed by new york-based media artist aaron sherwood, ‘firewall’ stems from a performance piece being developed as  purring tiger (with kiori kawai) titled ‘mizalu’, which will premiere in june 2013. during one scene in the performance dancers will press into the spandex with the audience facing the opposite side. ‘mizalu’ is about death and experience of reality, so this membrane represents a plane that you can experience but never get through. as hard as you try to understand what’s in between life and death, you can never fully know.

made using processing, max/MSP, arduino and a kinect, the piece measures the average depth of the spandex from the frame it’s mounted on. if the material is not being pressed against, nothing happens. when someone presses the panel, visuals react around where the person applies pressure, and the music is triggered. an algorithm created with max allows the music to speed up and slow down and get louder and softer, based on the depth. this provides a very expressive musical playing experience, even for people who have never played music before. a switch is built into the frame which toggles between two modes. the second mode is a little more aggressive than the first.









from  designboom


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