“All Eyes On You” is an installation created by Britzpetermann, a creative studio for interactive experiences. The piece is made up of a bunch of various eyeballs that follow you as you pass by.
This project is powered by Arduino, a very popular open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It’s intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone else interested in creating interactive objects or environments.
From Creative Applications:
The team used a high quality projector and semi-matt foil to project the eyes on the window. They are rendered by a WebGL frontend using a shader sphere effect. The detection is performed by OpenFrameworks and the Kinect.
An Arduino controlled servo motor, pushing a button on the projector remote, is turning the installation on at 4pm and off at 11pm.
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