IMSound @ Vancouver Mini Maker Faire

I did some programming work on an interactive installation for the Vancouver Mini Maker Faire this year (2011).

The project was a collaboration between Tangible Interaction, Chairman Ting, and myself.

We had kids in mind when we thought about creating the install, so we used a heat sensor mounted 4-5 meters high and tracked body movement around a grid of characters.

Each character had a personality (sound, light, face) and would light up when the kids got close.

It was great to see the kids faces and excitement when they saw what was happening!

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