Electronic Visualisation and the Arts (EVA 2009) (EVA)
Electronic Visualisation and the Arts
6 - 8 July 2009
This project attempts to redefine an augmented reality (AR) architectural concept of traversing the filmic space as a method in a new remote navigational interfacing. Through Panohaptic visualization one is invited to experience a soft architectural space in an improvisational manner, connecting the physical optic world to the haptic through AR and digital filmic media. The main goal is to be able to use this interface in a real-time environment controlling film’s time and space in order to manifest a new imaginative architectural situation. Remote physical interaction is achieved using optical tracking and multi-touch control through LED gloves, i.e. visual arts and performance events. This interface is creating a new topology that exists in the cinematic architecture realm attempting to bridge haptic and optic vision.