Excited. I have never experienced anything like it.
The swimmer made a wonderful effect, especially with the rewind and fast-forward controls.
Experimental – testing out the way my eyes worked together.
Ethereal and beautiful.
Breifly in quite a spooky world.
It made me feel like I was there and that was very cool and interesting.
Very clever and unique design, good to experience something where you can still see the real world.
Surreal and delightful!
(It felt like) it was coming to life.
"It immerses you and it makes you almost invested in the story because not only are you viewing it in a real location, you are also controlling it (the action) to some extent..."
"I found the woman [Rachael Henson] who created the cardboard AR hack revolutionary! I loved how she brought together basic old techniques with simple technology to created something super accessible, but super-extraordinary." Emma Cat, participant from XR Circus, an AHRC supported project.
"You're in this other world, this other realness. It throws you into another dimension."
"I think that was really cool. You could do that for hours!"
Nostalgic (a lot of memory in spaces. )
What a joyous experience. Do more. Brilliant.
Immersed in the image
Fascinated. Entranced. I like the backwards and forwards and suspending the image.
At a Making Space residency at Fabrica, we made an interactive installation using a Kinect sensor so that walking towards and away from the screen made the film run forwards or backwards. People's interactions were playful as they examined and amplified small details of movement by repetition.