Interactive installation with Kinect


Since late 2012,  No Parking has experimented with Kinect and interactive possibilities, and we have delivered the first application for “Viking” – an exhibition at the National Museum in Copenhagen. The installation features an interactive Rune Stone that transforms its rune letters into readable latin text, when the visitor approaches – and is discovered by an attached Kinect.

Kinect can read a persons distance and movements. This data can be interpreted for interactive applications and presentations. For example we can let a persons distance trigger different effects, or use arm- og hand movements, to interact with an application.

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Apart from creating interactive applications that are directly affected by Kinect data – for example a globe that can be rotated by hand movements –  No Parking has developed a method for using the interactive data with our impressive multi-image system; WATCHOUT.

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