An interactive art installation originally made with Obscura.
Nine large touch screens with sound reactive 3D noise algorithms. Visitors can connect and interact with it from their phones, without any additional applications.
Binary Garden is a multi-user, remote-controlled realtime interactive digital artwork. Anybody with a smartphone can connect to the system via a web browser to interact with the display, without using an app, Bluetooth or WiFi. While the implementation shown here happens to be a multi-touch screen interface, the system is display-independent, and can be run on LED, LCD, translucent LCD or projected on any surface.
Binary Garden supports 1000+ simultaneous users, and since the display can be projected on any surface at any scale, the system offers incredible opportunities for producing massive multi-user interactive art experiences (on the side of a massive building, or on a giant high-definition LCD wall display, for instance).
The main system is fully touch and sound reactive, with 14 different animation presets. Some are based on Perlin/simplex noise, some are based on Pixel Art, patterns or distance.
The project is continuous across all web platforms, where they all connect to one main server.
All of this is happening in realtime - what happens on your smartphone screen happens simultaneously on the display, and vice versa.