Interactive Visual Installation

FLUX is part of a series of installations that explore the spatial ambiguity of visually dense forms in space. This site-specific installation invited the audience to dive into the world of the jewelry fair INHORGENTA MUNICH and interact with gemstone-like objects.

The software-based artwork visualizes real-time 3D sensor data of viewers, while several underlying algorithms constantly shift and distort the data into new conformations. The built-in processing software calculates and draws close to 200K triangles per frame at 60 fps.

Created by: YPL
Creative coding: John Carpenter & Justin Shrake
Documentation: Wolfgang Stahl