A clock that uses the Hebrew letters to show the time. It was made as a reaction to the termination of the Day Light Saving time in Israel two month earlier to the rest of the world, with no sense or reason. This clock does the same. It shows the time in incomprehensible way (even native Hebrew speakers can not tell the time from it). The First Hebrew Clock
Projection. Depth camera (Kinect) films the passersby. When two entities approach one another, interaction happens. Projected colored spots represent real people, while there are additional spots moving randomly in space. When someone enters the workspace a spot appears on the screen, and symbolizes one place. While roaming, when the spot comes across another spot, a tone is generated and a white line is drawn between them. The more such connections, the richer the work becomes.
Performance/ interactive installation of hearts, lightning and sound created by the kinect sensor. Using the fact that the kinect loses users when they are out of range but still store them in memory, I managed to create a piece that has a life of itself. As you get farther from the camera the heart become bigger and bigger and as you get closer its shrinks.
Om is not a word but rather an intonation, which, like music, transcends the barriers of age, race, culture and even species. A Buddha avatar invites the viewer to articulate his private Om, joining it to additional Oms uttered by other participants in different times and places. The software that records the Oms joins them together and plays them back as one common, universal Om. A virtual but yet totally real Om. The installation runs on android device and is ready for free download as an android app. more at ommachine.com
Critical mass is a prototype project that was offered to Tel-Aviv city for the opening of its “art year” event in may 2012. It is a video mapping of the walls of Tel-Aviv art museum. Where little balls full down from the ceiling. they are blocked by walls. When the wall is full of balls the infrastructure collapses and the process starts over. The users may interact with the work by hitting the balls and sending them up. The idea behind the work is the events that happened in our area in summer 2011. Where old systems seemed to collapsed as critical mass hit them but in reality same systems or worse are back in power as in this work. They just start over. The installation uses depth cameras (Kinect) to render the users silhouettes and to interact with them. Try the Demo