Shadow by Adam Frank and Zack Booth Simpson is “an interactive installation that projects a disembodied, autonomous, human shadow on the ground. This apparently living shadow attempts to merge itself with the viewer's real shadow. When this occurs, the invisible figure, implied by the virtual shadow, inhabits the viewer's own personal space. Real-time 3D graphics and video sensing are used to produce this work of interactive light.”
Coming soon to back alleyways, undergound parking garages, deserted downtown streets, elevators, and hospital corridors.