A unique interactive installation by Tomáš Vavříček and Pavel Karafiát.
A device that can record the basic expression of human life ‐ breath ‐ and transform it into video and audio track. Sensitive thermometers, control unit Arduino and wireless data transfer capture human breath and
transform it into a video and audio signal as a basic data source for a vvvv program and pure data. An extraordinary projection of human breath. Capturing and transformation of breath into video and audio tracks that the visitor leaves in the space.
Concept: Tomáš Vavříček, Pavel Karafiát
vvvv programming: Pavel Karafiát
Hardware: Tomáš Suchan
Sound: Tomáš Nero Černý
Video: Wattelle Nicolas
Photography: Petr Kopal, Vera Batozska
Cooperation: AVU, BRMLAB, CIANT
Exhibition: festival enter 2013 BIOPOLIS 4. 4. – 12. 4. 2013, National Technical Library, Prague
Curator: Andrej Boleslavský
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