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the Boundary - Teaser

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the BOUNDARY is an Interactive Installation designed and developed by Adobe Creative Resident Takuma Nakata, in collaboration with Amelie Satzger.

BOUNDARY works by stepping in to the stage. The system detects the silhouette of the audience and uses its boundary to generate a graphic to project on the huge tent screen. The first player will be converted to a spline based character by using their inner boundary, 2nd and 3rd player with be converted to a connected crystal using their outer boundary, and the 4th to 6th player will be projected with their raw silhouette. Each graphical characters were designed to represent important facts for creativity, such as inner passion, connection, and yourself.

This specific version of the installation was shown at Adobe MAX BASH 2019.

Design and Development : Takuma Nakata (https://www.instagram.com/takuma.nakata/)
Stage Design : Amelie Satzger ( https://www.instagram.com/ameliesatzger/ )
Waterfall Video Clip : Yohsuke Chiai ( https://www.instagram.com/yohsukechiai/ )

Music : Wallflowers by Julien Mier ( https://soundcloud.com/julien-mier )

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