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Friday, July 20, 2012

Hellicar & Lewis Intel Triptych visualises abstract computing concepts that will help those with autism

TechDigest - Ever wanted to dive into a scene from Tron, seeing a world of computer code come to life around you? The Intel Triptych digital art installation, designed in partnership with tech-inspired visual artists Hellicar & Lewis, gave a glimpse as to how that may feel.

Using Intel's 3rd generation processors, designers Pete Hellicar and Joel Lewis focussed on bringing to life three otherwise-abstract computing concepts (hence the "Triptych" title). The "Performance", "Security" and "Design" installations see visitors to the exhibition (held last night at the Vinyl Factory in Soho, London) interact with Microsoft's Kinect motion sensors, hooked up to Intel-powered laptops, creating visuals projected onto giant screens that reacted differently depending on a visitor's movements.  Read more.

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