Google recently released a new, intriguing type of software, which allows programmers to make a room come alive with interactive spaces. The new software framework, which is called ‘Interactive Spaces’, works by providing a high-level architecture for building activities that respond to events in a room through ‘blob tracking’. As seen in the image above, an Interactive Spaces installation was used where ceiling-mounted cameras tracked the position of individuals in a room so that the software could display colored lights on the floor where they are standing. The source code, which will open the door for creative and design oriented minds everywhere, is distributed under the permissive Apache license and is available for download from a Mercurial repository hosted on Google Code here.
Google Releases Software Framework for Building Interactive Experiences in Physical Spaces
Cite: Alison Furuto. "Google Releases Software Framework for Building Interactive Experiences in Physical Spaces " 06 Aug 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/260546/google-releases-software-framework-for-building-interactive-experiences-in-physical-spaces> ISSN 0719-8884
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