An open source 3-D software and interactive installation by Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne.

“Described simply, eMotion is a physics-based animation system that uses human motion to interact with projected graphics in real time. The open source software, originally built by Mondot back in 2006, allows users to decide how lines, points, letters, grids, or whatever visual they choose interact with certain types of motion …

… The goal was to explore how motion can convey emotion—hence the name of the software. “I wanted body movements to do more than just tweak some parameters,” Mondot says. “I wanted movements to convey meaning. I wanted a tool that could allow me to try a maximum of things in a minimum of time because in this art field we have money and time are scarce.” – Wired

“Think of it as Adobe Illustrator on acid.” – Adrien Mondot

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Via Wired

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