An interactive light sculpture using polyester sheets, ws2812 RGB LEDs, fadecandy LED controller, Leap Motion sensor and animations written in Processing.
A collaboration with Robert Moses Lim
Featured at the B4BEL4B + CODAME Ephemeral Vessels multimedia group art exhibition LINK
Photos by LUXRAD
A full body 3D scanning photo booth with an emphasis on creative poses and engaging shared experiences.
Using XBOX Kinect, Kinect Fusion, WebGL with a home-built sensor stand & motorized platform, and an assortment of fun props.
A CODAME ART+TECH project with Jordan Gray and Justin Kinder LINK
Featured at OpenStack Summit 2015 in Vancouver, GitHub CodeConf 2015 in Nashville, Night Life LIVE! August 2015 at California Academy of Sciences, and numerous CODAME events
History of ModBod3D fun on Twitter: LINK
Gallery of 3D files from CODAME events: LINK
Gallery of animated GIFs from OpenStack 2015 in Vancouver: LINK
A gang-sized Faraday cage to block out cellphone signals and shield occupants from electronic invasions of privacy.
Decorated with lights and furnished with cushions and pillows. Ambient spelunking audio played through hidden speakers to round out the subterranean experience.
A site-specific installation at the CODAME <In.Secure> event LINK
A collaboration with Robert Moses Lim, Kenneth Chou, Hannah Rothstein and Jordan Gray.
Pictures of the prototyping and the on-site build process LINK
Logo by Jordan Gray
Fun experiments with LED sticks and long exposure photography.
Last two in collaboration with Russ Levi LINK
with Russ Levi
with Russ Levi and Tiare Noelle
A slackline rigged with an EL wire. Elastic bands and drinking straws were used to allow the inelastic EL wire to conform to the constantly moving and stretching slackline.
An interactive Halloween costume made using Adobe Photoshop, iron-on t-shirt transfer paper and a Fuji Instax Mini 25 instant camera