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Tuesday, 13 December 2011

Danceroom Spectroscopy

David Glowacki and Lee Malcolms' Danceroom Spectroscopy (DS) project attempts to create a virtual world that allows people to step into the highly correlated world of molecular motion and quantitative feedback. People are able to literally step into the same sorts of interparticle force-fields that organize matter. Their movement, captured using suspended 3D imaging cameras, warp the virtual forcefield, creating vortices and perturbations that affect the projected particle motion in predictable and unpredictable ways – much as if the participants were making ripples and waves in a virtual pool of water. (via University of Bristol's Changing Perspective projects)

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