Interface for playing 27 video portraits simultaneously or separately is completed.
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I’ve completed the interaction for the stacked portraits. The button reflects the state of the corresponding portrait: black = not visible, white = 0.8 opacity, grey = 0.3 opacity. Click to set the portrait as a starting point, roll over the next buttons to build a portrait over time.
I’m now working on the portrait that consists of slices, one for every day. I’m very pleased with the result. Now I have to add the interactivity.
I’ve picked up my ‘silent days’ piece again. I’m making it all OOP which is a nice study case while also making a new work. The Portait class loads all the portraits and sets their initial transparency. One picture shows all 27 portraits at 10% opacity. The other picture shows the results of the combined […]
interface design ’28 silent days’
The sober interface design for the interactive piece of the registration of my 28 mute days.
I’m now processing all the video data for the silent portraits I filmed during my mute month. Video is clearly not my thing. I’ve already spend hours finding the right settings for the films. It’s hard not to get lost in the maze of codecs, fps and aspect ratio settings.
portrait as data
During my month of muteness I record a minute long video everyday around 12 o’ clock. I hope that my face will tell the story of what it is like not to speak for a month. I’ve looked at some footage and want to make three interaction modes with the data: 1) all films playing […]