Laser Projector Superimposes Light On Floating Bubbles [Video]

Laser Projector Superimposes Light On Floating Bubbles [Video]

Memo Akten experimented created floating screens using the Etherdream DAC.

Emma Hutchings
  • 20 may 2013

London-based visual artist, musician and engineer Memo Akten, who creates installations, performances, films, online works and more, has been experimenting with real-time lasers and tracking bubbles.

Laser Projector Tracks Floating Bubbles [Video]

The co-founder of Marshmallow Laser Feast (a collective of artists, designers and engineers) used his Etherdream DAC laser and openFrameworks. He developed software to control a laser projector in order to create real-time laser interaction.

Creative Applications notes that he then added soap bubbles and used openCV tracking and edge finding to project onto the bubbles. This resulted in a mesmerizing video, enhanced by some Daft Punk, and you can check it out below:

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