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ARS Electronica - Museum of the Future Ars Electronica Center 1996 - 2007 U1 Virtual Reality (1996-2004)
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Architecture
Ars Electronica Center Front
EG Login Gateway
Elevator
Events & Performances
Guided Tours, Special Visits
Humphrey I (1996-2003)
Humphrey II (2003 - 2007)
U1
CAVE (1996 - 2007)
Gulliver┬┤s World (2004-2005)
Virtual Reality (1996-2004)
Virtual Worlds (2005 - 2007)
VR Arena (since 2005)
Cyclops
Its eye and flexible spine impart seemingly human traits to the interactive machine "Cyclops." The eye, a CCD camera hooked up to a computer, tracks the recorded movements and analyzes each individual image. Since, for a human being, even the slightest eye movements are expressions of complex feelings, the psychological effects that "Cyclops'" eye movements have upon installation viewers can provide valuable insights for the enhancement of the design of future generations of intelligent machines.

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