24K Video Wall real-time rendered

In June 2015 in Krakow, Poland new exhibition space of Japanese Art and Technology Museum in Krakow – Europe and Far East Gallery was launched, meant to involve use of the new technologies. We were invited to design a permanent installation for a video wall of 24 FullHD resolution displays covering the representative wall at the entrance of the gallery.
Inspired by culture of Far East which associates with fragility, simplicity and harmony of forms we programmed the displays in PureData with 6 external graphic cards and designed 24K permanent compact Video Wall installation based on minimalistic white cubes which are in constant real-time rendered delicate move. The installation is meant to present informations about exhibitions, events and any other activities in the gallery in a very sophisticated way – the installation reacts on the viewer standing in front of it by revolving chosen cubes to show more content.
Programming: Popesz Csaba Láng
Concept, design: Elwira Wojtunik, Magdalena Pińczyńska

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