interactive kinect installation | 2011, 2012 | J. Henschel and M. EckerMultiple persons can act as clang objects in a room. The properties of a clang object (eg. tone color) are depending on the position of the object in the room. Clang objects are visual (floor projection) and acoustically (loudspeaker) perceivable. The interaction is based on the gestic input device Microsoft Kinect (R) and was developed by using open source libraries. This project presents the research potential in this topic and makes it perceiveable for the user.
Julian Henschel and Martin Ecker developed this project iterative in a course of the media university in Stuttgart.
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EXHIBITIONTag der Forschung, Stuttgart, 22.06.2011
MediaNight, Stuttgart, 30.07.2011
Jubiläumsfeier: 10 Jahre Hochschule der Medien, Stuttgart, 23.11.2011
Mensch und Computer 2012, Konstanz, 10.09.2012
-> YouAreClang supports simple hand gestures
-> published paper in MuC conference book
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concept | 2011 | A. Fokina, K. Meischel, M. Schmidt, M. EckerStudents should it be allowed to cook easy, healthy and cheap together. The ingredients for cooking should be from regional and ecological growing. Cooking and eating togehter should be an social event where students get to know each other better. We developed a concept in only 2 months to make this dream come to true! The project was part of an idea contest (DINI - Studentische Netzwerke: kreativ – mobil – kooperativ). Only seven concepts from over sixty concepts were nominated. The StudiEasyBioCooking concept was nominated and presented in front of a jury. This little video scenario shows how the concept could be work real. The video size is about 17 MB, please click one time and wait a bit ...
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get sensible .com
interactive billboard | 2010The billboard is equipped with a infrared distance sensor and some rgb leds. If someone comes closer the words get and .com start slowly to glow. The word sensible is shining in different colors controlled by an generative algorithm.
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A little shoegame
interactive shoe gaming | 2010A little shoe game is designed for two players. The idea of the game is to control a curve on the screen. The goal is not to touch your own curve, the other player's curve or the borders. A player stands on a controller plate which is equipped with pressure sensors for each foot. Every player moves the curve in the right or left direction by pressing the right or left foot. Depending on how much pressure the player performs the radius of the curve changes.
The game installation is using Arduino (microcontroller) and Processing.
For more details have a look at Arduino Workspace
photo project | 2010Are all things that have lost its purpose garbage? Back to the top
interactive data visualization | 2010How many food are eating two students in one week? Heavy Days will visualize it using RFID technology and concrete as material to show it! look @pdf documentation Back to the top
gaming in flash | 2010Fly a studicopter, earn ECTS points and fight against the time. That's sometime real but a little game helps to think positive! fly studicopter
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