Two France-based artists/technologists Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne, known for blurring the lines between reality and fantasy, have applied their knowledge and talent to create something truly amazing. The video below shows a woman seemingly making slow-motion movement in which the white netted box she's in reacts to in real-time. This gives the impression that her movements are directly interacting with her environment and looks absolutely surreal.
Described simply, eMotion is a physics-based animation system that uses human motion to interact with projected graphics in real time. The free software, originally built by Mondot back in 2006, allows users to decide how lines, points, letters, grids, or whatever visual they choose interact with certain types of motion. Mondot describes it succinctly: “Think of it as Adobe Illustrator on acid.”
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