Watch as an image of your face is magically transformed into a winged creature which flaps and squawks across a large-scale screen. The fluttering digital creatures are attracted to visitors walking past, congregating and even appearing to land on them, only to get frightened away by a sudden movement in a flapping, feathery burst of energy.
Perfect for indoor or outdoor spaces – although you may never look at birds in quite the same way again.
- Engaging fun for all ages
- Intuitive interaction
- New faces appear in seconds
- Designed for installation with auto-turn on and shut down
“I came with my elderly mother, my teenager and my young son, which was quite a challenging group to please! We spent ages enjoying the installation and it was great fun for everyone” Audience Member
- Chris Squire: Concept, design, direction and delivery
- Nick Sparks: Coding and interaction
Visitors can enjoy three levels of engagement:
- Simply enjoying the Wing/Face images on screen
- Have their Wing/Face image animation taken, which immediately appears with with a small fanfare.
- Interact with the projections using your body’s silhouette to affect the flying Wing/Faces.
- One of six new commissions for an animation exhibition
- Focuses on interactivity and visitor participation
- Designed to be turned on and off daily by gallery staff and work reliably
- The bright Laser-Phosphor projector is suitable for prolonged use
- The face recognition camera has intuitive interface
- A flock of 9 faces interact with each other and the spectators
- As a participant adds a new face it appears immediately and replaces the oldest member of the flock