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SIRI - Shadow Image Rendering Installation

Group members: Scott Franchi, Matthew Burton, Elena Kirillova, Victoria Tisdale, Edward Chuang

Design concept. We want people to be able to paintlessly finger-paint. Audience will be college students. The interaction will allow many people to interact with the installation and will be able to draw together. What is drawn will be projected on to a large, visible screen.

Audience will be actors. Many people can use it at once.

Expected interaction time: 1 minute.

Rules:

  • The color depends on clothing color (of last person to enter).
  • The design on screen is dependent on the shadow visible on the paper.
  • A rest button will clear the screen
  • The system gets activated if there is detected motion in the video space.

Video input - one for color of the actor's clothing and one to track the shadows on the screen.
Video output is what is being drawn by the shadow.

Purpose/meaning.
We want to create a inactive art piece that is fun and has a large audience interaction

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