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The next few slides are my Art installation using Processing.


Halloween Generative Art Amy German


Want to make the boring more exciting?


Your Challenge

Make it across the corridor without standing on one of the witches hats and waking her up!!


How the idea Developed Games | Dodge Shapes/Something jumping out | Halloween | Halloween Shapes


Where to project? • Ceiling – would allow people from further away to notice and attract them to the space • Floor – would mean everyone that passed the busy space would interact with it. • The area in which I have to project is a busy crossroads with glass walls on one side, red and white walls and a dark gray carpet.


I may consider using this one as it would allow the projection to be in middle of room without heads being bumped.


I don't think I would use this locations of the projector as it wouldn't allow the projection to be in middle of crossroads.


I don’t think I would use this arrangement of the projector as tall people may bump their heads.


The area - Is a busy crossroads corridor with glass walls one side and red walls on the other, it has dark gray carpets on all junctions


The area - Is a busy crossroads corridor with glass walls on one side and red walls on the other, it has dark gray carpets on all junctions


I researched which type of people use these corridors and it appeared to be mainly design students from different disciplines.


Reflection. After looking over my Generative Art Installation, many things I would now do differently. Including having a more complex design, ensuring that I have images of where the installation was projected and not just the projection itself. I also think that I would try and be more adventuress with the codes that I used to develop my skills on Processing.


Prototyping and Interactive Experiences  

Amy German