RE:, an audiovisual art installation by Bram Snijders and Carolien Teunisse, was part of the ‘Borderless Reality’ exhibition held in Seoul, Korea.
Using 360° projection-mapping techniques and a complicated arrangement of mirrors, the installation allows a projector to beam images back on to its own surface.
Virtual pixels become points of augmentation in actual space? The reflected projection makes a mixed reality appear and disappear. In most cases the projector has a functional role in a video-installation; the projector in ‘RE:’ functions as a symbol for both sender as receiver of the medium (of) light.
You can watch the video of the installation in action, after the jump.
Watch RE: ISMAR on Vimeo.