OpenPTrack used for UCLA TFT thesis projects


Five UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (UCLA TFT) undergraduates showcased interactive installations using OpenPTrack as the interface for body-based audience interactions. Under the supervision of UCLA REMAP‘s Fabian Wagmister and Jeff Burke, the students developed and built these pieces as their Interactive Digital Media concentration thesis projects, and to be prototypes for the new Los Angeles State Historic Park Welcome Pavilion

Premiering as a “Sneak Peek” at the 24th annual UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television Film Festival in Television Studio # 3 on June 7, the works were reinstalled at the Downtown Los Angeles space of the UCLA Interpretive Media Laboratory (IMLab), for ENGAGE LA on June 13. IMLab holds a full-sized mockup of the Pavilion, which will be built along with new Park plans.

For information about each new piece, please visit:

Pedal L.A.

OneForAnother

The Los Angeles River

Enclaves

Greenspace Los Angeles

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