The concept of Virtual VJ is to allow two or more users to control different aspects of the sound and video environment with their movements. One tracker is set to trigger sound and video and the other is set to manipulate the sound and video initiated by the first tracker. The focus of the media integration is on the development of observable connections between the audio and video mediums in order to assist the users with ease of interaction.
|Place of Publication||Culture Lab, Newcastle University|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 16 Jan 2015|
|Event||G-VERL launch event - University of Hertfordshire|
Duration: 16 Jan 2015 → …