Boiling Point is an interactive installation with multi-projections and will challenge to have an “augmented” space and display. My researches on Augmented Reality (AR) and film theory on filmic frame (champ) led me to the significance of projection and the spatial relationship between human and technology. Boiling Point explores a projection that bridges the digital boundary between reality and virtual world.CREDITS:
Water and fish on the plinth share the same place, however they will become apart when viewers interact with them. An interaction has heat. Heat created from friction. In this case, heat can be highly one-sided because we will not feel physical heat but the water gets boiling at the virtual level.
My aim is to have nonlinear viewer-artwork relation and to seek more intuitive experience through digital technology. Displays are not only to look at, but also to generate experience by provoking people’s actions.
I hope that this is the first step for user-centred media interaction and emotional architecture in which our life experience is more poetic and meaningful, rather than rational and simply practical, making us stop and think in the age of fast media.
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