This project was developed during Future Interfaces— a 7 week class with Ken Perlin and David Lobser. I presented this final as an R&D sales person pitching to a room of developers at a tech industry conference (a performance of a near-science-fictional scene.)
Medium: 3D/2D Google Sketch-up Model
ALL USE CASES PRESENTED SHARE:
collapsing spacetime (and making it sensible in space)
different data rates/descretizations for each use case - reveals potential usefulness
user can 'tune' to narrow bandwidth of assigned microwave signals to find specific data object groupings and time discretizations for historical events
different dimensional thinking - allows for immediate physical sensing in physical space of specific types of information - users can utilize geography-based historical event sensing (4D shapes, probability densities, etc) to find new ways to think about predictive or forensic models
use cases utilize different time scales/even frequencies, actuators/perceptual modes, sensors. This concept is based around a new paradigm to embodying the collapsing of spacetime to allow the user to be able to examine/understand ephemeral or transient events in real space. Events are spatially realized/sensed out-of-time.