We are Danilo Rodrigues, Emily Grenader, Fernando Nos, Marcel de Sena Dall’Agnol & Troels Hansen.
Our project, Motion Draw, allows users to draw using movement, dance, and interaction with other users.
Possibilities of use include:
- Dancers enhancing performance with added visual interactions
- Users in different locations could have the ability to combine into a collaborative drawing engagement
- Sound, depth, or projected buttons could be utilized to change brush styles, colors, and thickness
- A new way of drawing could be created that can be displayed as two-dimensional or three-dimensional representation
- A conductor could work with dancers to adjust lighting, sound, color, and other tools
This project began in Nadir Weibel’s CSE 118 : Ubiquitous Computing course at UCSD. See more projects here!
The motionDraw team was invited by the Experimental Drawing Studio to work as artist-in-residence at their space in the new Structural and Materials Engineering building for the fall quarter. Thanks, EDS!
Our header image is created from Etienne-Jules Marey’s photograph Chronophotographic Image Formed by Man Walking in Black Suit with White Stripes (1884)