“Neon(i)” is a multimedia installation by Matteo Castiglioni made of a suspended aquarium and a multi-speaker audio system.
The main idea b
I actually started all the tracking part using JItter and the Cv.jit externals, but face tracking technology went better on the Openframewor...
HiS is a system capable of detecting the position of the listener through a head-tracking system (based on faceAPI optical tracker by Seeing...
Barney has been working in the fields of reactive installation and invasive media for 10 years.
Max is used to process Leap Motion hand skeleton data and to generate DMX frames controlling the moving head.
Every part of the project is made in max/msp
Max was used exclusively in the development of the project which also implements the cv.jit library for computer vision.
Panopticon is a surveilling installation made in two parts. The first, a connected to a network of cameras, observes visitors, captures thei
Umbra is an interactive dance performance that uses Max/Msp and Jitter along with a webcam to track the dancers movement which is manipulate...