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Similar Diversity is an information graphic which opens up a new perspective at the topics religion and faith by visualizing the Holy Books of five world religions. Communalities and differences of Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism are shown up in this datavisualization.
The visual's basis is an objective text analysis of the Holy Scriptures, and works without any interpretations from the creators' side. Despite - or even because of this abstraction, the artworks are not only working on an informal but also on an emotional level. The viewers should be inspired to think about own prejudices and current religious conflicts.
This is a 11x3 foot free-standing multi-touch screen based on the famous FTIR technology. It features 3 video projectors with a total resolution of 4200x1050 pixels and a seamless 2 camera IR tracking system. The screen was developed as an interactive trade fair exhibit for the hearing aid company OTICON Denmark. It was on show at the "AAA Audiology Now" trade fair in Denver, USA and the "EUHA" trade fair, Nürnberg.
download quicktime demo:http://www.vvvv.org/tiki-download_file.php?fileId=1155Multitouch_XL.mov (24.89 Mb)</a>
Jannis Urle Kilian Kreft performes live at the Transmediale 2007 festival in Berlin.
Jannis is invited by the Belgian media arts laboratory, LAb(au), to participate in the "Liquid Space.05" design session to create immersive and interactive spatial audio-visuals.
Jannis performs on a 360°-multiscreen-panorama-projection and surround-audio-system, generating sounds and visuals at the same time. Jannis` aim is to produce an artwork where music and visuals merge through to the concept of "space".
For the video of the show and other great projects by Jannis Kreft please visit:
We built a working prototype of a table-based tangible user interface we call TangibleTable. We used the FiducialTracker node and the optical markers of the reacTIVision project (http://www.iua.upf.es/mtg/reactable/)
Just have a look to our website http://www.tangibletable.de and drop us a line if you have questions concerning the project.
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