I build two interactive pieces for Baan Hollanda project (The museum–designed by B.U.G. Studio). The first piece is the Binoculars-liked installation that visitor can view the augmented reality of the buildings at the actual location. The visitor can also pan the camera from left to right that synchronize with the virtual image in real-time.
I have another good time working with B.U.G. Studio for the Ichitan Museum (Tan Land–A Land of Balance, Green factory). The contents of this museum are about sustainable living, water, flood situation because this factory was damaged by the flood crisis last year.
In this project, I have learned how to build an iPad application that connect/trigger the physical kiosk (powered by Openframeworks, and Arduino), how to make an interactive ebook (powered by Baker Framework) and how to hack a cheap keypad for the interactive game.
Exhibition design:: B.U.G. Studio
Interactive Programming::: Joe /INT2 Studio
In collaboration with the Brand Union and Joe Nattapol Suphawong, ‘Refresh Your Look’ is an interactive installation for the Rejunivating Brands exhibition at the Ogilvy’s office, Central world. The screen will be active when the user stands in front of the camera. When the system is active, it will capture & record the user’s motion and interaction while re-generating a ramdom openGL graphic of his/her face (such as lines, polygonal shape, triangular shape) in real-time. The system will display the movie clip of the prior user when the user leaves the installation.
* Special Thanks to Mr. Thanit Thanapaisal for the collaboration and photo.
Invited by Thai U.S. Creative Partnership, My interactive art “Torchpaint: a Max/MSP-based Digital Graffiti” is installed at the US Ambassador’s residence, Wireless Road, Bangkok. Thanks Harriet Foster for the invitation. I had such a great time meeting many important/incredible people including Kristie Kenney–the United States Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand.
In collaboration with BUG Studio, I do an interactive system for SCG HEIM at ASA2011. There are 5 sections of the contents (divined by color code on grid and LED lights). User can put his/her hand above the table to activate the content in each section and the animated color grid also guide the direction of content (graphic/VDO) on the LED wall.
Finally, Absolute Assumption Exhibition is launched. In this exhibition, I design and build all interactive features including the laser activated presentation in “collective living” room, barcode scanning in “consumer society” room, QR code hall, “digital city” prototype, and touchscreen system for “absolute diversity”.
01 Natural living
02. Collective Living
03 Consumer Society
04.1 QR code hall
04.2 Digital City Prototype
05 Absolute Diversity
INT2 (Shy Limanont and I) installs interactive art works at Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC) in “สมองแจ่ม” (Bright Brain) Exhibition during 24th Nov. – 26th Dec. We build a toy train installation that triggers light to create a billboard-liked shadow effect in the circle room at the entrance. In this installation, I use a very simple electronic knowledge (couple electronic wires to make a contact) to create an impressive/interactive/(un)predictable lighting effects. For Art’s sake, the train runs on the track which is located on the right side of the brian graphic, implying creativity and holistic thinking.