Interactive video and digital video sequences that illustrate computer generated animation and the capture of user interaction. One sequence takes its cues from Mondrian that cycles from his iconic rectangles into stars in the cosmos. Brightly colored images are texture-mapped onto 3D cubes rotating around their centers and along with randomly generated squares are animated across the screen. Created with original photography, web camera, open source electronics (Arduino) and open source generative art software (Processing) and the Kinect sensor.
Future Shock by Ty Bowman is a segment of his lecture for the Grand Canyoun Project 2014