Intense Movement (Shannon, Matti, Nick, Daniel)
Context: 20 minutes or so spent exploring the dynamics and qualities of different types of intense sensed movement.
We began by describing different dynamics and qualities of intense movement.
We discussed the movements of animals and found the naturalness (the unintentional execution) of these movements attractive in that there are inherent ordering principles expressed through them.
We listed some sources of normal motion:
Light flickering rhythm and physical displacement of Fireflies, a natural network of syncronized entities
Stomping of an elephant
Human body walking normally
We next discussed some sensor applications permitting the mapping of natural movements.
The Interpretation of patterns could be facilitated through the enhancement of minimal cues (movement, light, sound) and their subsequent AMPLIFICATION.
The interest of using Cross modalities of input vs. output to further “enhance” the sensor data’s delivery included translating:
Light to Movement
Movement to Sound (ex: wind)
Sound to Light
One to one mapping was suggested.
Who is this for? This is primarily for the Viewer.