Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture
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Luminoria

Luminoria

In collaboration with a team of 11 students from the School of Architecture

Spring 2016

 
 

Luminoria was a collaborative experimental media project developed under the guidance of Eddy Man Kim, in collaboration with other students in the Architecture Design Studio in Spring 2016. 

The concept is based on light projection of basic geometric forms on to a field of strings arranged in 3-D space. The project consisted of a reconfigurable frame, threaded with string, with a projector at its base, projecting upwards. 

The projected shapes were generated by a parametric script using ambient sound as an input. Thus, the installation was designed to interact with its surroundings and its viewers to create an interesting visual spectacle. 

The project is intended as a scaled down version of a theoretical larger installation involving spaces generated from string and multiple projection points. 

 
 
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