Brain Boxes installation
LINK Mediawall - Perkins Library, Duke University
On display Spring semester 2015

Above, movement of the mouse simulates the movement of an individual in front of the display. To switch states, move mouse off display and wait ~3sec.

18-panel tiled wall display. Network IP cameras in ceiling track viewer motion in front of the display,
which in turn is used to dynamically update the visualization. By changing position in front of the display,
viewers can interact with the exhibit, controlling which images are currently shown. Two unique interactive states
allow viewers to see either 3D rendered brains overlaid on silhouettes, or individual 3/4 profiles of exhibit
participants and their projected brains. In the absence of viewers, the display switches to a background state in which brains randomly
fade in and out across the array of images.

Above, movement of the mouse simulates the movement of an individual in front of the display

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