Chien-Hung (Marc) Lin
(thesis advisor)John Sharp
‘Screen’ and ‘speaker’ duplicate the ‘none-space’ space, and people gradually spend more and more time in this media space in their daily lives. Digital media forms a virtual space, which influences culture, aesthetics, and human behavior. This thesis presents an interactive environment, which digitizes the body movement into virtual media, and transforms that movement into sound and dynamic images simultaneously. New technology has the ability to transform digital media to different formats. The interactive multimedia artists who are using this power to create similar art works are identidfied and their contributions discussed. Following that my two prototypes and the final project are described and evaluated in this document.
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