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Dual AR experience developed for Science Gallery London exhibition Genders in early 2020. Front facing camera mixes and is affected as the number of people joining in the shot augments. Back facil camera holds sculpture that aquire the face of whoever is in focus. The pitch of the voices captured change according to the directions of one's head.
Completely immersive filter within a 360 dome of my studio in 2013. It's a piece of the @aevtarperform #aevtardeprogram body of work. The user is placed within a bubble amongst other bubbles as they surveil the space and listen to a whimsical sound piece.
This filter is madefor the LGBTQIA+ community. The filter departs from perfectly glowing skin and the user can tap the screen to chose and display their pronouns. When raising the eyebrows the phrase "Gender has no specific aesthetic", "queerness have no specific aesthetic and nothing at all alternate.
Tap the screen to open up the mask. Sing in reverb audio, bubble particles come out of the user's mouth when open.
Audioreactive filter. the layers apear and disappear accoring to the frequency of the sounds picked up by the microphone.
Gives the user a ghoslike appearance in rememberance of impermanence. Tap the screen to freeze frame and continue moving.
release bubbles by longpressing the screen. Bubbles from your eyes, from you mouth, fro your third eye. Use the back of the camera to fill up a space with bubbles then navigate through it.
Face tattoos designed by @tato_coco.
AR synth sculpture. Set of 4 digital playable sound and digital sculptures and reverb on recorded sound. Tap each sculpture for sound. Visible only through the back camera.
The first A.I. + AR audiovisually reactive musical instrument as an IG filter. Tap, Long Press and Pinch the screen to release sounds, affect them and remix sound stems from PortraitXO's album WIRE. Features digital sculpture by @harriet.blend.
- Spatial Audio