Collaborative InteractionApril 7, 2018 | Amy Goodchild
For the end of term project fair I set up some of my collaborative control experiments which use the Kinect to track 2 or more people at once.
I am keen to start building more physical outputs for collaborative control, … Read More
Recreating a system of audience control using coloured paddles: Part 3February 26, 2018 | Amy Goodchild
I decided to recreate Loren Carpenter’s experiment of audience control using coloured cards, enabling an audience to collaboratively play games. In this experiment, Carpenter observed his audience acting as an “amoeba”.
I’m interested in the effects of this kind of … Read More
Recreating a system of audience control using coloured paddles: Part 2February 25, 2018 | Amy Goodchild
Last week I set up a simple recreation of Loren Carpenter’s Pong experiment and had some friends test it. I want to do this with larger audiences and have been working on making this happen.
Along with a collaborator, Min, … Read More
Recreating a system of audience control using coloured paddlesFebruary 14, 2018 | Amy Goodchild
Last week I created a series of experiments in collaborative control which produced some interesting results and I plan to continue down this road.
I want to recreate Loren Carpenter’s Pong experiment, because I expect I will be able to … Read More
Collaborative Control ExperimentsFebruary 11, 2018 | Amy Goodchild | 20 Comments
The Pong Experiment
In 1991, Loren Carpenter (co-founder of Pixar), tried an experiment at Siggraph. People entered a theatre to find small paddles left on their seats, with one green side and one red side. On a screen, they could … Read More