Flow was an interactive audio-visual installation directed by Chiaki Watanabe that enabled a participant to physically navigate eight emotions. Video projected on a wall and binaural audio streamed to wireless headphones corresponding to each of the eight emotions responded to the participant's movement within a circle painted on the floor. This fusion of video art, sound art, and interactive art was coordinated via live algorithmic processing to create an emotive experience unique for each participant. I constructed the sensor system, coded the audio processing, video processing, and interactivity, and recorded and designed the sound. It was programmed in Max/MSP and Jitter.
Flow was exhibited at the vertexList Gallery, Brooklyn.