DiaPH (2002)

interactive installation

Mahmoud Gania and musicians : music
Olivier Koechlin : conception, programming & photography
Andrea Davidson : interactive video
servovalve : programming & graphics
Dominique Besson : electroacoustic score
Antoine Schmitt : interactive coordination and sound interface



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The project Maâllem Experience was further developed as the interactive installation DiaPH and presented at the IRCAM festival Résonances in the Centre Pompidou in December 2002. In a collaboration with France Telecom Research and Development for its interactive interface, the installation proposed an experience of audiovisual immersion and navigation through interaction with projections on four screens via a suspended ball of light whose movements were detected by a tracking system and a sound score in 360° coordinated with the spatialized movement in the images.