PB-1 Remote Spatial Tracking Experiment

PB-1 Remote Spatial Tracking Experiment

Shown in: 3D Glitch

OCTOBER 15 – NOVEMBER 20 2015
Priestman Gallery, 1st Floor, Priestman Building, Green Terrace, Sunderland, SR1 3PZ
Opening times Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm late night Gallery opening October 29

PB-1 is a meditation on spatial representation via computer vision. It makes use of a remote camera drone flying through the gallery space, tracking and establishing a sense of three-dimensional space via object tracking algorithms and automated software aesthetics. It is an exaggerated display of space as it is interpreted by consumer grade software. PB-1 belongs to a larger body of work in development by the S.A.L.* (Synthetic Aura Lab).

 

*S.A.L. is a body of creative visual and performative artwork that engages with new technologies to investigate and recreate what can be termed ‘object aura’ i.e. the value and meaning an object imparts upon the viewer. SAL is a series of speculative and performance based experiments that aim to recreate object aura by synthetic means.