Fog Pixel

THU September 8, 2016 - MON September 12, 2016, 10AM - 7:30 PM
First Floor/Gallery
Credit: Kazuma Suzuki, Asturo Ueki, Masa Inakage

Kazuma Suzuki, Asturo Ueki, Masa Inakage

Fog Pixel is an interactive installation that can emit a stream of fog in the rectangular shape of pixel. It was initially designed as a new type of stage expression platform. The artists explored the form and movement of fog to design a unique participatory aesthetic expression through embodied interaction. Using fog as a medium for interactive design, Fog Pixel introduces a method for controlling the fog stream shape, direction and wind velocity, to go along with light and sound. Fog Pixel aims to pave the way for a new type of interactive design.

Project credits:

Kazuma Suzuki, Asturo Ueki, Masa Inakage

Keio University Graduate School of Media Design

music courtesy of Hazuki Miyazaki

This work was created as part of the Keio University Global Smart Society Creation Research Project