Breaking The Frame
3D group photo
Form a group, use your ikTags and break the 2D frame to create a 3D experience. Once the installation is activated, an array of (10, 14, 18?) cameras will shut at the same time, capturing the group from multiple angles. The photos will subsequently processed into a stop motion video that will be uploaded to the profiles of the users. The project Breaking the frame is based on the stop motion time laps technique.
Made by: Dan Paluska, Carl Emil Carlsen, Mike Wege and Arjan Scherpenisse at the Mediamatic Social RFID Hackerscamp 2009. Location: the square next to the PICNIC Club.
This and 10 other Social RFID projects are part of 'Play with your Tag' at PICNIC09.
This project is partially inspired by the photo booth installation, which was a huge success at Hackers Camp 2007 and by Dan, who also works on this project has been experimenting with time laps for a while. Videos of him time lapsing his experiences during hacker camp can also be found on Flickr.