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Schöne Projection-Mapping-Installation von Ann-Kristin Abel und Paul Ferragut vom Convivival Project (via Creative Applications): ein Industriebot schmeisst glitchy Animationen auf Objekte, und zwar gleich vier mal in derselben Abfolge, hier der String Theory-Clip:
Dazu gibt's prätentiöses Quantengefasel vom Feinsten:
The Probable Universe is born from the insight that ‘all the matter of the universe is made up of atoms and subatomic particles that are ruled by probability and not certainty.’ (Brian Greene)
The concept study has been inspired and driven by the strange and fascinating principles of quantum mechanics and string theory, a potential theory of everything. String theory predicts the existence of a multiverse, the idea that an infinite number of universes exist parallel to ours. With The Probable Universe convivial is looking to uncover the different layers and hidden dimensions of these alternate worlds.
A projector is mounted on a robot that autonomously moves through the space, focusing its gaze on different areas and objects, revealing and superimposing content with a mapping application. The textures created are generative and allow for an infinite number of possible worlds and stories you can see within the space. The robot, acting from a point in our observable universe, uncovers the ways other, hidden universes may differ from ours. All matter is in a constant state of flux and particles are observable to the bare eye, making visible the underlying forces of the different worlds and referencing the building blocks of our quantum world.
Hier noch ein Making Of und die restlichen drei Clips: