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Upcoming Exhibitions and Events
+ Shanghai International Science & Art Exposition, Pudong Expo, Shanghai, China, May 16 - 25 2008.
Recent Exhibitions and Events
+ Lightwave, Science Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, February 2 - 8 2008.
+ Unesco Universal Forum of Cultures, Monterrey, Mexico, September 20 - December 8 2007.Show/Hide Full Exhibition List
Building Interactive Playgrounds
- July 21 2006 (Quicktime - 32.6 MB, 1658 Images)
- Thursday 24 November 2005 (Quicktime - 14.2 MB, 366 Images)
- Friday 25 November 2005 (Quicktime - 6 MB, 241 Images)
- Saturday 26 November 2005 (Quicktime - 5.4 MB, 231 Images)
- Monday 28 November 2005 (Quicktime - 10.7 MB, 439 Images)
- Tuesday 29 November 2005 (Quicktime - 10.4 MB, 410 Images)
- Wednesday 30 November 2005 (Quicktime - 2.7 MB, 124 Images)
- Thursday 1 December 2005 (Quicktime - 3.7 MB, 172 Images)
- Friday 2 December 2005 (Quicktime - 2.3 MB, 89 Images)
- Saturday 3 December 2005 (Quicktime - 2.3 MB, 98 Images)
- Monday 5 December 2005 (Quicktime - 2.8 MB, 148 Images)
- Tuesday 6 December 2005 (Quicktime - 2.2 MB, 103 Images)
- Wednesday 7 December 2005 (Quicktime - 2.6 MB, 150 Images)
- Thursday 8 December 2005 (Quicktime - 5.5 MB, 183 Images)
Light Tracer was developed by myself, Karl D.D. Willis, while living in Sydney, Australia in 2005. Light Tracer builds upon ideas from my research, which has sought to develop the association between the creative involvement of the user, and successful engaging interaction. The motivation behind Light Tracer was to create something which allowed others to create. Resultantly Light Tracer itself does not have any pre-installed imagery or artwork, but instead relies upon the total involvement of the participant to become the creator. Questioning the roles of authorship and the art-spectator relationship. Further reading on the concept behind Light Tracer can be found in my research paper: User Authorship and Creativity within Interactivity (PDF 640K).
A summary of the technical requirements for exhibition can be found here: Light Tracer Project Summary (PDF 480k). An older version of the demo video is also available: Light Tracer Video Documentation (Quicktime - 26 MB/14 MB). High resolution imagery is available upon request.
Email: karl [at] darcy [dot] co [dot] nz