Esem Projects is currently developing Radiant Lines, an interactive video artwork that explores the energy and waves that surround us; light-waves, electrical pulses, the movement of elementary particles. Radiant Lines uses Video Waaaves and analogue video synthesis by LZX technologies.
Creative Technology Lead: Michael Killalea Concept Design and Research: Dr. Sarah Barns
Radiant Lines looks to the future, exploring interrelationships between electronic and digital technologies.
Radiant Lines combines analogue and digital video synthesis with live video capture, encouraging viewers to dance and move to interact with the installation. Flowing digital feedback follows human movement, creating an interplay between the organic and electronic, pointing to a possible future synthesis.
This project is currently in the research and development stage.