The Dial at Sundance marries projection mapping and AR inside a glowing cube
Well I have a background in projections in the theater and installation world and I was thinking about a lot of augmented reality narrative ideas, specifically ones that involve moving your body to control the story because it feels very kinesthetically engaged with the form.
And I thought Why don't we think about two different layers of digital media together.
So projections and AR holograms seem like an interesting combination.
Well, this is the dial.
Projection mapping and augmented reality combo inside of a glowing cube.
And it's a story about a family that live in a house.
There's a car accident in the middle of the night and as a viewer, you are engaging with the narrative and how you move your body controls how the story unfolds.
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