|Episureo - zusammenfließen
Sebastian Neitsch, Stefan Schwabe (DE)
An image projected onto the ceiling reacts to the swimmers in the water via camera tracking. The visualization changes depending on their movements, and a musical tapestry is woven through an underwater loudspeaker. The images and sounds change depending on how many swimmers are in the water at a particular time, how fast they’re moving and how far they are from one another. The results are abstract, minimalist graphics that depict traces of movements, spaces and the formation of groups. In order to portray the entirety of motion in the pool and not just the movements of each individual, a sort of current is also generated, which influences the whole visualization.
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