iPad, Smartphone, Kinect, and Social Media Controlled Architectural Projection.
"During this interactive projection test the spectators became the controller and interacted realtime with the building by using gesture based tracking (Kinect). Users could influence the content by using an iPad, iPhone or webbased application on both mobile phone and computers. For this test Facebook interactivity was used but any type of social media can be incorporated into the projection."
- VES Forum
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