Looking-outwards(Augmentation):Flow of Qi

by kuanjuw @ 11:40 pm 21 February 2010

Flow of Qi utilizes UWB technology to give installation visitors a direct impression of the ancient Chinese philosophy of Qi. This work lets participating observers orient their breathing on the spirit of famous works of calligraphy from the National Palace Museum in Taiwan and thereby establish personal contact with timeless cultural treasures.

I have seen this installation once and I think it is a delicate artwork.
Setting on the chair and relax the words show up according to your breath.
The speed of writing relates to user’s breathing rate and the density of ink depends on the breathing depth.
The interaction in this artwork is beautifully match the spirit of Qi.

The interaction demo starts from 03’45 in the video.

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