|www.dublinelevation.net Vectorial Elevation
|Relational Architecture 4
|Vectorial Elevation was an interactive artwork that allowed participants to transform the sky over Dublin, Ireland. Using a three-dimensional interface, this web site let you design huge light sculptures with 22 robotic searchlights located on and around O’Connell Street. A web page was made for each participant with photos of their design from four cameras located around the city. The piece was live from April 22 to May 3, 2004 to celebrate the expansion of the European Union, in that time over half a million unique visitors from 100 countries reached this site. Check out this video to see what the project looked like in Dublin.
|Description, design archive, help, photos and video, technology, history, book, credits.
|Use the virtual reality interface to design your own vectorial elevation.
|View the light designs in real time from four webcams around the city.
|Visit the previous versions of the project in Mexico, Spain and France.
© Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, 1999 - 2004