OFFF Review: Fancyrence’s Interactive Crowd Art

OFFF Review: Fancyrence’s Interactive Crowd Art
technology

The Sanpuk collective's project let users digitally poke fun of other conference attendees.

Catalina Kulczar-Marin
  • 12 july 2010

Fancyrence is an interactive installation that was exhibited at OFFF Paris by the Sanpuk collective. Users were able to digitally poke fun of other conference attendees (without them knowing about it) by manipulating their digital appearance through a multi-touch screen. This was accomplished by having a live video feed of the first few rows of attendees displayed for other people to place virtual costumes on.

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