striptease exhibition showcases cal poly architectural work on interactive displays
 
striptease exhibition showcases cal poly architectural work on interactive displays striptease exhibition showcases cal poly architectural work on interactive displays
jul 13, 2015

striptease exhibition showcases cal poly architectural work on interactive displays

striptease exhibition showcases cal poly architectural work on interactive displays
photo by ryan craney

 

 

 

the final presentation of undergraduate architectural thesis projects from the 2014-2015 jackson studio at the cal poly college of architecture and environmental design culminated in the interactive exhibition ‘striptease’. 18 projects, comprising a wide range of proposals that demonstrate new possibilities for architecture, were featured on participatory projection displays that engaged visitors through digital visuals and interactive interfaces. designed and constructed by students in the studio, the installation undulated through the exhibition space, defining a curved perimeter of screens that surrounded viewers in a continuous image crawl of each of the students’ projects.

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
participatory projection displays engaged visitors through digital visuals and interactive interfaces
photo by ryan craney

 

 

 

leap motion 3D controllers allowed visitors to control strips of moving images projected on the screens. the interface supported viewer interaction though three physical gestures: pushing forward to select content, pinching to grab and move content, and pinching and moving both hands together or apart in order to resize content. the experience led gallery-goers to a more comprehensive and engaging understanding of the projects, allowing them to personalize their own viewing experience while manipulating content from the constantly-changing crawl.

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
visitors could select, move, resize, and click on additional content 
photo by kylin vail

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
rear projection screens feature a continuous interactive image crawl of the students’ work
photo by kylin vail

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
leap motion controllers allowed visitors to interact with the projected content 
photos by yegor pomortsev

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
the user interface, designed and scripted by the students, was intuitive and easy to use
photo by kylin vail

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
the interface supported viewer interaction though physical gestures
photo by ryan craney

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
the installation surrounds viewers in a continuous image crawl of each of the students’ projects
photo by yegor pomortsev

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
food was provided in the form of identical looking, but variously flavored ‘food cubes’
photo by kylin vail

cal poly striptease interactive architecture exhibition
the gallery space was defined by two 40-foot long rear projection screens
photo by trevor larsen

 

 

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