Deja-vu: delayed mirrors

Final Project Experiments, Pilot Year, CIID.
Project Advisor: David A. Mellis

Deja-vu is small 2 day experiment just to see what it is like to see back in time, how does it feel when time is delayed?

These experiments are part of Final Project Research, about a window which has a capability to remember events happening around it. Final out come of these experiments was the installation project called "Window within a window".
These experiments are inspired by phenomena called Deja-vu!!!

“Deja vu”: is something“already seen”; it is also called paramnesia. Deja-vu is the experience of feeling sure that one has witnessed or experienced a new situation previously (an individual feels as though an event has already happened or has happened in the near past), although the exact circumstances of the previous encounter are uncertain.

These are some of the experiments with a camera and projector, with a simple code to delay playback time. The second experiment had a distance detection sensor, closer you get to the screen higher delay you see in playback. This allowed observer to control time forward and backward, just by moving front and back from the screen.

To see the final installation please visit "Window within a window", Final Project Research and final project blog.

Deja-vu: delayed mirror experiment 01

Deja-vu: delayed mirror experiment 02

Deja-vu: delayed mirror experiment 03

Wino: I make my own window

Final Project Experiments, Pilot Year, CIID.
Project Advisor: David A. Mellis

Wino is an experience prototype made during Final Project Research on a window.
Wino is a concept of flexible window, where you can make openings where ever you like where ever you need.