Shortcut by Jason Bruges Studio
Two Thermitrack outdoor cameras capture the walking speed of pedestrians to control line of lights creating individual "anti-shadows".
Mimosa by Jason Bruges Studio
Thermitrack camera controlling light and movement of OLED flowers
Flutter by Cinimod Studio
Two thermitrack cameras controlling array of LCD screens to respond to viewers' movement
Panda Eyes by Jason Bruges Studio
Thermitrack camera sensing turns pandas to follow visitors.
Beacon Installation by Chris O'Shea and Cinimod Studio (Jan 2008)
Four Thermitrack cameras track people moving through a field of
PC based control software using openFrameworks controls the beacons to follow visitors as they move around the room.
Shown at Lightwave Dublin Jan 2009
Silverburn shopping centre Glasgow by Jason Bruges Studio (Feb 2008)
A 50 metre long structure comprising 26 vertical fixtures, each
containing 100 RGB LEDs. A Thermitrack 40 camera at each end is used by the control system
to measure the walking speed of shoppers as they pass underneath. This data is used
to create wave patterns flowing along the length of the structure above each shopper at
their individual walking speeds. Multiple waves combine and collide to scale the
visual effect according to the number of shoppers in the area.
O2 Memory Project by Jason
Bruges Studio (May 2008)
Four Thermitrack cameras detect the positions of visitors
within the installation, controlling the display of images recorded during the
previous 24 hours on 11 plasma screens, selected according to the viewer's proximity
to the screen.
Each camera detects visitors within one of three triangular detection zones and outputs distance data to the PC's which control each screen.
BBC News report showing installation in action.
Vestige artwork at Curve theatre, Leicester for Jason Bruges Studio (Feb 2009)
Thermal images of visitors recorded from a side-viewing position within each of three entrance vestibules are played back on LED arrays projecting onto the sides of the vestibules. The video cameras originally planned for this install proved unworkable due to reflections and ambient light issues with the glass walls and moving glass doors. Thermitrack cameras provided an ideal solution, being completely blind to the ambient visible light.
Leicester CQart feature
Highcross shopping centre, Leicester For Jason Bruges Studio
Two Thermitrack cameras measure the flow of shoppers on the adjacent walkways to control motion of effects over an array of motorised dichroic glass mirrors.
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