Whorl, the first third-party interactive work built with OpenPTrack, has been accepted to be included in ACM CHI 2016‘s catalogue of work. An installation created by Damon Seeley, Eitan Mendelowitz, and David Glicksman in 2014, Whorl was initially installed at the UCLA Interpretive Media Laboratory‘s space in Downtown Los Angeles.
The catalogue is being prepared for the upcoming CHI human-computer interaction conference, which will take place from May 7 to May 12, 2016 in San Jose, CA. Seeley, Mendelowitz, and Glicksman will contribute an abstract to the conference proceedings, as well as images and video of the work. Additionally, Mendelowitz will be participating in the Art.CHI II: Digital Art in a Post-Digital World workshop (May 7 and 8) preceding the main conference.
Please watch the video below.