THERE IS STILL TIME..BROTHER is an interactive installation within a 360-degree video panorama. The web presentation shown here is a flattened version of the panorama which, when installed, is controlled by an audience member seated in a revolving chair which controls a virtual “window” to focus discrete portions of the panorama.
Directed by Elizabeth LeCompte
Developed with Jeffrey Shaw for his interactive panoramic cinema
Commissioned by EMPAC, the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (USA)
Produced by EMPAC together with the UNSW iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research (AUS), and the ZKM | Institute for Visual Media (D) and in collaboration with The Wooster Group
The Interactive Panoramic Cinema has been conceived of and designed by Jeffery Shaw. This includes the 360-degree interactive projection method whereby the user can shift the position of a viewing window (EVE/PLACE), iCinema’s 360-degree digital video camera (SPHERECAM) and the PanoramaScreen co-developed by ZKM.
Learn more: THERE IS STILL TIME..BROTHER web page