Rich state transitions in a media choreography framework using an idealized model of cloud dynamics
This paper presents An Experiential Model of the Atmosphere, a responsive media environment including multi-surface video projection and ambisonic audio feedback in which participants can fluidly interact with an idealized model of atmospheric dynamics, using the presence and motion of their bodies to force convection, condense and evaporate moisture, and manipulate atmospheric pressure gradients.We use this model to explore steering of computational models of complex systems that can span gamuts of single to multi-body interaction, local to global spatial scales, short-to long-term time scales, and abstract representations to immersive, felt environments.
Mechtley, Brandon; Stein, Julian; Roberts, Christopher; and Wei, Sha Xin, "Rich state transitions in a media choreography framework using an idealized model of cloud dynamics" (2017). Regis University Faculty Publications (comprehensive list). 384.