Between the Visible and the Invisible.
How Human Motions and Electric Signals can Control Complexity in Real Time Graphics
Human body has many organs and systems which can be controlled by electric signals such like a brain wave or a neuron signal. This is very similar to the structure of computer which is controlled by many electric signals. We can see their motions but can’t see their signals. We can just suppose their existences.
If some invisible components around us, for example electromagnetic waves from electronics can be seen visually and they are controlled by other motions in real time, we can feel something between the real space and the surreal space.
Moreover, people usually desire something new. It won’t be interesting to share the experience only between human in the near future, and this work will give many inspirations for connecting human and non-human.
For this reason, the whole process suggests a new way how to show the something between the visible and the invisible. I developed my works based on various styles of motion, connection, paradox, and dimension. Especially, a recontextualisation and an anaglyph effect that contain these key concepts were helpful to develop many experiments.
In other words, this work is about how to show the relationship between the visible and the invisible, furthermore similarities between human and computer through some experiments about how human motions and electric signals can control complexity in real time graphics. (2013-12-22)