Creating an interactive world in which your surroundings move and flow with the movement of your body is an interesting concept incorporated into the Firewall Art Installation by Aaron Sherwood in collaboration with Mike Allison. The veiny appeal of the wall simulates the color and visual texture of fire and responds to the touch of any human being.
The Firewall Art Installation is composed of a stretched sheet of spandex, working as a membrane, which is then sensitive to the depth of human touch. The computer generated fire-like visuals move around the touch of a hand, foot or body part and play expressive music with each interaction.
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