The "Bricks in the wall" project aimed at developing an interactive animation for the Beaux-Arts entrance of the Plateau-building that houses the VA&S Architecture Department. The animation played on a cassette wall, and interactivity was achieved by means of a custom-written motion detection algorithm using a simple laptop camera. Four groups of students each developed an animation.
Intermediary results were showcased during the Jokerweek workshop in April 2014, final jury was held in June 2014 during a night-time departemental reception.
Tools: Processing, Autocad, projector, laptop camera