The wonders of nature continue to evolve in digital form – and as a visitor and spectator you directly (though not always demonstrably) influence their evolution.
Habitat is a large work made up of three-dimensional scans of objects from the Dutch national museum of natural history, the Naturalis Biodiversity Center. Stones, fossils and coral species are the protagonists in a meditative, game-like environment: an interactive audio-visual installation in which the human spectator ultimately plays a decisive supporting role. The work is not static, but continuously evolves as sensors pick up the actions of the spectator. However, the input is processed with a delay, and sometimes you are left guessing whether what you observe was caused by your presence or was part of the programme. The process is symbolic of human interaction with nature.
Floating Lake Productions
Interface & Interaction Design
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