Interactive Installation, 2010
Wooden rocking chair, Arduino, FSR sensors, interactive animation, projection
Interactive sound/video installation, 2010
A rocking chair is fitted with an Arduino Microcontroller, accelerometer, and two force-sensing resistors (FSRs)
in order to manipulate sounds and images. If the user rocks steadily enough and provides even-pressure on the
FSRs over a period of time, the images/sounds are descrambled to reveal a video.
*Music by Flying Lotus
too little or too much force. The correct amount of force maintains a steady image and decreases the level
of visual cacophony. All three sensors have tangible control over both the image and sound, however this
control is never so direct that one sensor clearly controls only one aspect of the experience.