This is an interactive version of the former piece, Movement in Time, Part 1. It adopts the same principle to capture movement from the live webcam and visualize the flow in an animated painting. Instead of using the existing classic Hollywood film sequences, this version captures the live motion data from the webcam. Participants can witness the animation responds interactively with their gestural movement.
The artwork was shown in the Haptic Interface Conference Exhibition, 2014 Hong Kong.