If we go with that route, then we don’t need users to log into some terminal and type “how do you feel today?”…which is kinda inefficient.
For sure Arduino would be cool to use in this project too - I’m going to pick myself up one. I’m goin to quickly sketch what I mean by displaying information on the walls and post it up soon.]]>
This all being said, I don’t know how well the video tracking will work in such low-light conditions. Something else to test…]]>
That last comment is my favourite.
I will admit this looks more amazing than I ever expected and as long as we have access to a number of projectors I think the possibilites are endless. Now we just need to come up with some kind of framing system.
The lightest thing to use would be wire or balsa wood, and then is we were using a controlled room , we could just supend the screens from the ceiling on wires…. that would work alright.
Otherwise we are going to need to develop entire frame sets which will be a little harder.]]>
Brilliant as always. I think it would be a good idea to find a more controlled and less definition “interactive” way to get input from the users. I think the link you posted has some amazing stuff, and has the potential to make our project amazing. I would honestly do whatever it took to make that happen, I think it would be mind blowing to duplicate/replicate the “Text Rain” Exhibit, and to make matters more interesting I will attempt to see it when I am in barcelona this summer if its still on exhibition.
I think the inverted shadow and light graffiti from the user path would be amazing….. there is soo much potential in what you have posted.
And for sure, developing a cleaner more cohesive presentation will be the key to our success or failure.]]>