Light Projections Creates Interactive Living Photography

Light Projections Creates Interactive Living Photography
Work

Chris Fraser's installation lets visitors interact with projected light to create their own personal live photographs.

Timothy Ryan, PSFK Labs
  • 13 march 2012

Bay area photographer Chris Fraser‘s has created a series of works that harken back to the camera obscura, an optical device dating back to the 4th Century. Fraser has used the contraption as an initial point of reference and inspiration to create his recent interactive light exhibit. Camera obscura is a box-like optical device that projects an image of its surroundings onto a screen, and is one of the early inventions that led to photography. Chris’s work is an exploration of the possibility of a living photography, where visitors can interact with the projected light in his exhibit, and impact their own experience.

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