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About project

Video mapping enriched by an interactive interlude when spectators were invited, in a playful way, to control parts of the visualization by their own body movements. More spectators were able to participate in the installation at the same time within a marked area right on the National Theatre Piazzeta, the final image depended on the number of spectators and their non-verbal communication. The installation offered an entertaining social game inviting more people to cooperate. Front of the building was brightened by an atmospheric animation with technicist images depicting the people moving within the marked rectangle. The spectators were scanned by several 3D sensors (Kinect) and the ever-changing visualization of lines connecting the individual spectators was created in real time depending on their postures.

About artist

3dsense is a creative studio combining art and modern technology. Its work includes light installations, large-scale projections, video mapping, museum exhibitions, scenography and VR&AR applications. The studio collaborates with international entities and cities (e.g. Hasley, People of Lancaster and Grona Lund Stockholm projects) and regularly participates in international festivals (e.g. Lux Helsinki or White Night Melbourne). In the Czech Republic, it has recently completed an interactive exhibition for the Institute of Memory of the Nation Brno. Among its well-known projects are an interactive video mapping for the reopening of the State Opera House and a light installation for the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.