After thousands of developers entered the Intel Perceptual Challenge contest by submitting their ideas, 750 have now been selected to receive a camera to continue to the next stage of the competition.
Ghost is an interactive installation of a snow storm, raging within an abandoned, barren landscape. Within this storm the visitor can make out a procession of human forms which seemingly try to find a way out. The bodies are remnants of the previous visitors, their ghosts, trapped in the hostile environment.
Weather Worlds is an interactive installation that grants children weather controlling superpowers. Utilising kinect cameras and real-time greenscreening via openFrameworks, the installation allows children to see themselves immersed in an interactive and dynamic environment.
Kinograph is an open source project that makes film digitisation affordable and scaleable. It uses components available on the internet, a few 3D printed parts, and a consumer level camera and it produces high quality video with sound.
*is this good?* and LFA architects create a light responsive installation for the French music festival Nuits Sonores.
User 632 is an installation that stores the behaviour of the people who look at it by monitoring them in return. It is designed to know when and how a person passes and stores information as data or ID dependant on proximity.
What are you waiting for? Intel is looking for the most innovative and unique uses of Perceptual Computing. A grand-prize of $100,000 and thousand of dollars more in prizing are available but you must act soon!
The team behind ‘Clouds’ continue to explore the medium in the latest short film “Drowning of Echo”, an interpretation of the Transformation of Echo & the story of Narcissus from Ovid’s Metamorphoses
Murmur enables communication between public and the projection by simulating the movement of sound waves, building a luminous bridge between the physical and the virtual.
Light Leaks is a light installation by Kyle McDonald and Jonas Jongejan comprised of fifty mirror balls projecting controlled light in the room.
In collaboration with Intel, CAN is pleased to announce the launch of Intel Perceptual Computing challenge. This is your opportunity to change the way people interface with computers and win a chance at $100,000 and get your app on new Perceptual Computing devices.
Jeremy Rotsztain takes you on a virtual safari across an infinite painting where with each gesture you encounter new species of brush strokes and colorful patterns which endlessly redraw, connect and change colour.