GESTURAL INTERFACING WITH AUDIBLE SCULPTURES IN VIRTUAL SPACE
Gallery audiences controlled the virtual sculpture by simply waving their hand over an optical device at varying distances and angles. Doing so resulted in the sculpture changing shape, rotating at different speeds, varying its axis, and surging in size. The virtual sculpture would react with ever changing sounds that would warp and surge with each interaction as well. The sounds of metallic clanking and grinding metal were controlled by movement of the participants hands in and around the invisible beam.