• German interactive shadow and light project puts you on display
07.09.14

German interactive shadow and light project puts you on display

Sebastian Huber, Johannes Timpernagel and Michael Burk aka Schnellebuntebilder created an amazing set display called Epilog for the Deutsches Hygiene-Museum's exhibition on dance. Constructed with two projectors and nine infrared hotspots, the floor projection uses light, sound, and a dreamy haze to construct a half-hour morphing world of image and sound.

The trio explains:

Each of the 11 scenes works on a different principle: time being chased by a simulated abstract of Fish, times the own movement track is burning through space in the fog and remains there for a brief moment. In real-time generated sound accompanies the own movements and amplifies the immersive experience.

The project closes this at the end of this month.

[h/t Creative Applications]