>> It’s an
>> interactive installation created by textile designer Janina Schlichte.
>> This piece of
>> artwork is an interdisciplinary project comprising department design and
>> applied computer science at HAW Hamburg.
>> Simon Alt contributed
>> to the work with his technical expertise and programming skills.
>> Combining physical
>> items such as sensual textiles and materials with digital computing and
>> augmented realities proved to be an in-depth experiment for both fields of
>> tracks the movement of people’s hands and is an exciting experience, as
>> integrated LEDs and projections react in real time, with patterns of light and
>> visual effects moving in and out of the hexagonal construction.
>> Janina enjoys
>> working with futuristic textile movements (motion?) and has already created a few
>> experimental installations featuring a lot of different technical
>> solutions, including Arduino Lilly Pad and Kinect in conjunction with software
>> such as Processing or Unity 3D. http://vimeo.com/32595150
includes Textile/interactive Projection it will include a fascinating and poetic message as well.
Multidimensional 3 D optics. Colour Effects.and it wants to interact with the people passing by..