This project critically evaluates leap motion’s performance in detection of various types of tremor possibly being a complication of neurological disease e.g. the Parkinsons’ disease.
‘The Reversed Eye’ is a wearable cheek-controlled device, which could make participants readapt their own bodies in everyday life by providing them unfamiliar vision.
What if we can turn an image into sound and motion?
Antiphonal is a two site multi-channel audio installation of poetry and field recordings.
‘Optimism Skywards’ is an installation artwork which intervenes in participants’ twitter messages to the Angel of the North by giving them physical form and firing them skywards in an optimistic attempt to get them closer to the angels.
Perceptual Mismatch Gloves provides novel self-perceptual experiences for participants.
Spirit Exposure is a series of data visualization experiments which visualize the space through the representation of people’s motion.
Saṃsāra Eye is a responsive space which provides sound and visual feedback to the viewers.
Co-Feel is a wearable technology and smart fashion project by Brigitta Zics and Ben Freeth.
Networked Living Laboratories for Enhancing Collaborative Production of Digital Art is an ongoing project by the Digital Media research group.
The Lab Life: Collaborative Pathways to Innovation project by Brigitta Zics and Gabi Arrigoni investigates the paradigm shift of innovation in the collaborative production environments of labs.
TEDDI-Sensor Data Visualisation from Ping Yeh Li on Vimeo. This project by Jiun-Shian Lin and Ping-Yeh Li visualises the real-time data of TEDDI sensors in Kings Gate Building, Newcastle University.
This data visualisation artwork (iPad App) by Brigitta Zics and Pengfei Zhang creates an imaginary universe to render the secret life of the satellite Masat-1 (which means ‘smudge’ in Hungarian) that was launched into low Earth orbit on 13 February 2012.
Neurotic Armageddon Indicator V1.0 from tom schofield on Vimeo. Neurotic Armageddon Indicator (NAI) is an installation artwork that visualises the ‘Doomsday Clock’, a symbolic clock maintained by an academic journal, ‘The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists’.
The Mind Cupola V2 by Brigitta Zics and John Shearer is an interactive artwork using affective computing, visualisation and technologies that instantly effect user’s perception in order to generate an immersive experience of ‘flow’.
Data is Beautiful was an International Symposium and Exhibition in Data Visualisation at the Doctoral School, Hungarian University of Fine Art Budapest organised by the Digital Media research group.
Null by Morse is an installation artwork that uses smartphones to translate historical morse messages sent by an antique signal lamp.
TraceNorth is a data visualisation public art work by Brigitta Zics and Tom Schofield that re-image the city’s life through organic representation of traffic data.
Mark Inscriber, 2012 from tom schofield on Vimeo. Mark inscriber is a data sculpture/sonification project.
Trigger Shift is a series of workshops and performances using xBox Kinect as a gestural performance tool.
Surrogate City is a site-specific installation by musician Jamie Thomson aka James Joys that explores the notions of urban soundscape and locality.
The Nightingallery is a responsive animatronic bird enacting the interactor’s voice.
Humanaquarium is a movable performance space designed to explore the ephemeral yet tangible relationship between artist and audience in the performing arts traditions.
IMMERSE by Surface Area Dance Theatre ( Ben Freeth & Nicole V. Watson) re-imagines our conventional understanding of a brass instrument in a wearable technology performance that senses the dancer’s muscle tension, body temperature and motion.
ISIS Arts Research Residencies supported artists working on the convergence of cutting-edge technology and art.
Data Elements is an ongoing data visualisation screening project at Kings Gate initiated by Digital Media.
A platform that aims to investigate and present emerging practices around interactivity and sound.
Culture Lab OnSite was an off-campus project space in the city centre of Newcastle, successfully developing and presenting sustainable, trans-disciplinary projects with local communities, industry partners and educational institutions.