“Echo locations” by Woolford and Guedes

  • ©Kirk Woolford and Carlos Guedes

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    Echo locations

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    The echo locations project is a series of site-specific installations utilizing motion sensing to invite observers to slow down, give the site their attention, and be still long enough for ghostly images to form of how people have moved through the site in the past.

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    1. Woolford, K., “Will.o.w1sp — Installation Overview”, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Multimedia, ACM MM07, 2007, pp 379–380
    2. Woolford, K., Guedes, C, “Particulate Matters: Generating Particle Flows from Human Movement”, Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Multimedia, ACM MM, 07, 2007, pp 691–696.
    3. Woolford, K., “Will.0.w1sp (‘willo-wisp’), Performance Research, 11(4), 2006, pp. 30–38. http://www.bhaptic.net http://www.mac.com/carlosguedes/


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