Interactive Moving Lights Installation
An Interactive Moving Lights Installation in Rouyn-Noranda And Montreal At The Same Time
part of Interactive Lab with Verlatour
Interactivity Lab with Verlatour is a lab on numeric arts created with the students of the University of Québec in Abitibi-Témiscamingue in Rouyn-Noranda with the french music artist Verlatour under the proposition of Jean-Ambroise Vesac. Interactive Moving Lights Installation is one of the projects created.
A Microsoft Kinect is placed on the floor and captured the user's arms movements. Each arm is programmed to control different parameters to control the moving lights. Left arm controls the direction, while right arm controls the color. People can control the lights in the theatre in Rouyn-Noranda, but also the lights in the Société des Arts Technologiques room, at more than 600 kms of distance, with a delay of less than 4 seconds. This is achieved with a SCENIC Station created by the Société des Arts Technologiques in Montreal.