Please find some of my artworks below and click on the thumbnails to view each of them.
The first three projects are interactive 3D virtual environments that are part of a series of work called "Appended - After Francis Bacon." I have created video demonstrations showing how the interactions occur. Please click on each one to see the video.
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From number 4 to number 15 are stills from an interactive 3D project named "Encountered," created collaboratively with Rebecca Xu, Associate Professor of Computer Art & Animation at Syracuse University. In this project, the user can select from a collection of characters and environments. Each character has a different age, appearance, and personality. The environments also differ in visual atmosphere. The user has control over the location and shape of his/her character's body and can bend, twist, stretch, and bulge it to the point of total distortion. The characters have physical and vocal reactions to user's manipulations. Participants can freeze the characters in space and start over a new interaction. Each cycle adds a still image and potentially a distorted character to the artwork. Therefore, the deformed 3D bodies along with various superimposed sounds of characters result in a unique audio-visual experience.
Numbers 4 and 5 are screenshots from the actual application, and numbers 6 to 15 are stills demonstrating a few examples out of unlimited possible compositions.
From number 16 to number 24 are animations from a multi-sensory virtual reality system that I designed and developed in conjunction with my dissertation. This project is named
Number 25 is an animation from a work in progress on a virtual reality application in the "Appended - After Francis Bacon" series.
Number 26 is an interactive real-time performance entitled "Reflections Projected," for which I developed a visualization application to track the motion of the dancers, process the ensuing video, and project it in real-time to the stage. This performance has been in collaboration with the GCU Dance Department and presented at the historic Strand Theater in Lakewood, NJ.