Computational Costume v1

Computational Costume v1 is a live 3 minute performance set in a speculative future with perfect augmented reality technology. The work shows the use of virtual costumes for public transit, the workplace and a medical emergency to express and communicate information digitally that would otherwise be out of immediate reach.

The work was presented as part of the FameLab 2018 semi-final for Victoria, Australia.

Dated
28 March 2018
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FameLab 2018 Victoria, Australia, semi-final
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Objects from the wearer's surrounding environment can communicate information and be communicated to others.

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A map allows interaction with objects, places and people outside the wearer's immediate field of view.

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Connections can be made to activities, landmarks, places, people or objects for reminders and communication.

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One costume can display information that would otherwise be distributed across different computer hardware and software.

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Costumes can describe a sequence of events across space and time in a way that is visually potent and situated in the surrounding environment.

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Costumes can be communicated with from far away.