Imagine being able to reach out and tweak virtual strings with your hands to create massive waves of light and sound. Last year, my colleague Alejandro Franco and I brought that idea into reality at Mexico City’s Digital Cultural Center with Resortes – an interactive installation manipulated in real-time through the hand gestures of participants.
At a recent exhibition called Resortes, visitors to Mexico City’s Digital Cultural Center walked into a large room to be confronted by… nothing. A horizontal white line line projected against a silent surface, with a pair of Leap Motion Controllers mounted on either side. “When the audience entered the installation, they didn’t have any clue […]