The booth was wheeled around to dozens of locations across campus over a roughly three week period. Some of the locations can be seen in photos above
All of these images were crowdsourced from passers-by. Screenshots were taken when I came to move the booth to new locations.
Hand movements created dots of varying size on screens, based on hand position in three dimensional space. Size of dots was determined by detected position in Z-space, AKA forward/back. Color of dots could be changed via the slider on the iPad. All screens showed the same image.
All software used: Leap Motion, Processing, Reflection, Photoshop, VectorWorks
All hardware used: Leap Motion, Mac Mini, iPad, VGA cables, VGA splitters, LCD Screens, Large-Format Printer
The entire booth was build out of wood, screws, and casters, with the help of the mentorship of Todd Edwards. Draftings of the project below:
Photoshop and a large printer were used to create the instructional images that were then glued onto the booth.