HUBBLE’S EYE

Interactive video installation presented at The Researcher’s Night at Frascati, Italy 2008 in collaboration with the Italian Institute for Space Astrophysics and Planetology (INAF)


The face of the viewers are linked to pictures taken by the Hubble telescope. When they go in front of the screen, planets, satellites and asteroids appear and move in a 3D space according to their positions. The music inspire the moves of the viewers and the planets start to dance.

Events

Researchers’Night, Frascati, 2008

Credits

software, music: Paolo Scoppola
images: INAF

Technical details

QuartzComposer 3.0, Javascript, OpenCV 1.1, OpenGL, OSC, Cocoa, Bidule 0.96

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