Data-driven experience | 2019
Generative storytelling, Interactive Installation
Kepler is an interactive immersive experience based on open data describing in real time the properties and features of most exoplanets discovered up to the present time. Kepler shapes a relationship between creative technologies and anthropic observation, placing humankind as witness of the multisensory artistic experiment
Why we did it?
The invisible and the intangible are themes human beings have always tried to explore with all the intellectual depth. Eager to know more, taking the understanding outside of the boundaries and going beyond the limits of the knowledge.
How we did it?
The set-up will be taken care of by analyzing the information and showing the technical data taken from the NASA archives. The information taken related to mass, radius, inclination, orbital period, velocity and temperature was used to model each exoplanet.
Thousand of discovered planets
So far more than 4000 exoplanets have been discovered. Whenever NASA discovers a new exoplanet, the Kepler database updates automatically, also showing the latest arrivals.
The main installation consists of a square ledwall displaying a sequence of exoplanets visualizations. The speed of the particles, the color and the rotation movement of each exoplanet are generated by NASA data.
The main installation will consist of a square ledwall displaying a sequence of visualizations based on NASA open data. The information taken related to mass, radius, inclination, orbital period, velocity and temperature was used to model each exoplanet.
Adaptable contents based on the spaces
The exhibition is made of different content which can fit with different type of spaces.
Interactive Creative Director
FRAMED showed in LaLaport Yokohama, Japan
FRAMED showed at Dong Gallery Taipei
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