art | embodiment | cognition | networks | post-humanism | crypto
Hand Jabber is an interactive art installation currently in development by Jessica Mumford, Stjepan Rajko, and Christopher Martinez. This environment allows two people to shape and mold different sounds and lights by manipulating the way in which they relate to each other. This system uses motion capture to track the two participants' movement both individually and collaboratively. The models created from the mocap data are based on different aspects of natural nonverbal behavior.