I wanted to test an idea where the audience views a live performance merged through the Quizzer with previously recorded footage of that performance. I had noticed how interesting it was to when the viewer is not sure whether action is happening live or not. This pleasurable confusion seems to happen when the live performer and the performer in the video appear to start and finish actions in the same place. It would be interesting to design an experience around this premise.
How about randomly mixing in footage recorded just moments before? This would involve setting up a viewing station in an outdoor location trained on some kind of durational action or natural animation of the scene. The app would record and play recently recorded sequences of the action. I tested this idea by sitting in a wood in the wind and recording footage of branches moving in strong gusts and then playing the footage back randomly using an existing app which shuffle plays video. This worked really well, was very effective and I want to develop it for an audience.
The best way of taking this idea forward would be to craft a piece where the movements of a live performer are closely choreographed with the movements of a virtual (prerecorded) performer.