Trombinotron is an interactive installation made by Nicolas Roos and Guillaume Evrard. It allows people to take pictures from themselves.

These pictures are then added in real-time to a projected video sequence responding to surrounding sounds. It’s more interesting to have the Trombinotron installed where there are shows/gigs.

The result is a collaborative stop motion piece of art that can be exported as a souvenir for the audience.

Everything in the Trombinotron was made in Max. Excepted the wood structure...

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