Gesture Match is an interface through which users can navigate the museum's design collection with their body. It is permenetly instelled in the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt Design Museum and debuted at the re-opening of the museum in December 2014.
Local Projects - Design, Art Direction
Role: Developer I developed Gesture Match working with Local Projects design team using Cinder. It leverages a Kinect 2 Camera, custom pose matching software and three 55" screens to create a body-sized interface that pulls up content from the design collection when the user makes any of the hundreds of known poses. More Info
Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt Design Museum - Nov 2014
New York, NY