What if we could see our body from multi view eye?



Shadow after Shadow

FEB 2019


VRを通して環境を上書きし、体験者は自己の身体の存在をその空間の至る所に発見することで自身の目が多視点化して感じられるシステムです。

体験デザイン及びハードウェア・ソフトウェアのエンジニアリングの詳細はここをクリック。

Shadow after Shadow was created while I went to RCA IED as a visiting research student.



Shadows are created by our existence and the surrounding environment and can be recognized as ours by synchronizing shapes and movements. By overwriting this whole place into the world of "shadows", you'll encounter a variety of your "shadows" that have the familiar shape and movements of you and those who around you. How much can you feel your self-ownership towards them?

Beyond the limited usage of VR in the architecture field (just for the process in the design and construction), my aim behind this project is to explore new spacial experience with emergent immersive technology.

Experiments and Prototypes




My work in progress of the work is cited by RCA IED Senior Tutor, Dylan Yamada-Rice.


What I did

  • VR Engineering
  • Concept Design
  • Skill

  • Unity
  • TouchDesigner
  • GLSL

  • Press Release from Design Lab

    Visit

    Credit

    RCA-IIS Tokyo Design Lab Collaboration

    Engineer and Creative Director
    Kota Isobe(RCA-IIS Tokyo Design Lab)

    Motion Graphic Designer(For 2019 Kuma Exhibition ver)
    Nate(http://nate.work/)

    Photographer
    Robert Chang Chien(RCA Information Experience Design)

    Dance Performer
    Luqitiao Wang(RCA Visual Communication)

    Tutor
    Dylan Yamada-Rice(RCA Information Experience Design)

    Adviser
    Tim Corvin(RCA-IIS Tokyo Design Lab)

    Adviser
    Charlotte Furet(RCA-IIS Tokyo Design Lab)

    Funding
    Tobitate Abroad Scholarship

    Funding
    Kuma Foundation