The Uncertainty principle* states that it is not possible to measure two related physical variables with total precision. The laws of physics force you to choose as an observer. The fact of observing modulates and influences the result. Observable Realities, the title of the audiovisual installation, takes this concept of Quantum Physics to define the non-measurable result of an observed reality. Taking this idea as a starting point for the project, 3DInteractivo has developed an installation that serves to subvert measurements and build a network of algorithms that react with the public.
In this line of research, video installation becomes a canvas, a support on which to interact, operate and construct images with the complementary information obtained from sensors that monitor the position of the spectators as a collaborative group.
Their involvement / attention, their facial expressions (ie. smile, frown), even their emotions (surprise, happiness, fear) will finally generate an audiovisual piece whose projection is unique; it only depends on the viewer's interaction in the room in real time. Consequently, the spectators are the artists who perform and feed with their gestures the work of art. The installation will try to randomly disturb what the visitors look at discovering, revealing and re-inventing the forms of representation of a virtual world that imagines other Universes with other dimensions of observable reality.
* Also called Heisenberg's Indeterminacy Principle in Quantum mechanics.