Concept: Zachary Lieberman
Drawings free themselves from their captivity on paper. The user’s hand movements fill them with life. A seamless transition from simple sketch to animation characterizes Zachary Lieberman’s installation “drawn.”
Paper, ink and brush are ready and waiting for visitors to give free rein to their artistic impulses. A camera mounted above the table on which the drawing is done captures the scene and projects it—though by no means unaltered. Between picture-taking and projection, a complex computer program analyzes the drawing and enhances it in real time with synthetic graphics. The drawing can develop a life of its own and even interact with its creator.
With All Senses
The Khronos Projector
The Manual Input Station
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