Panoptidrome Documentation

    Panoptidrome


    Panoptidrome is an interactive audio-video surveillance sculpture that tracks the faces of people in a space and creates a 3-D scan of them. The scan is then multiplied and videomapped onto square tiles on the wall. The piece was created with Max 7, Kinect V2 sensor, and security mirrors. The Kinect V2 was hooked up to Max 7 and used Dale Phurrough‘s dp.kinect2 external object.
    Presented at Videodrome 2015 at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Canada.
    Footage from Geoff Bland and HopDuff.

    • Apr 11 2017 | 1:09 pm
      hello! I have a question. How are they mapped onto the square tiles? are they projected? thanks
    • Apr 13 2017 | 3:21 am
      Yep! They're projected and simply mapped with multiple jit.gl.cornerpin's!
    • Apr 13 2017 | 7:57 am
      nice!!