– interaction, installation, colors, perceptions, tactile, experimental, feathers, arduino, light dependent resistor
x,y,z Colour Space has been designed so that the user can have a satisfactory experience even if time is limited. People are invited to touch a feather and in so doing, alter and choose the colour being projected on the surrounding walls. A photocell connected to an Arduino, which is placed at the bottom of the feather, captures changes in light and causes the colours to fade. Stimulating the user’s haptic sense, the installation provides a colourful visual output through a pleasing and unusual input modality. x,y,z Colour Space has been exhibited at Kinetica Art Fair 2012.