December 3, 2013 AT 12:01 am

TESSERACT / aka HyperCube by 1024 architecture

Pierre Schneider and François Wunschel of 1024 architecture describe their Tesseract / aka HyperCube via createdigitalmotion as “a 3d scaffolding urban install, loaded with an array of 65 moving lights.”

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Controlled by their custom Quartz Composer software, “all the movement is derived from graphical data – images – translated in realtime into pan/tilt positions. The whole show is driven by a massive Ableton Live file – which allows us to make realtime adjustments and transformations always in sync with the music ;)”

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From the 1024 architecture website:

TESSERACT (aka HYPER-Cube) is a 3D moving lights mapped sculpture that react to the sound.

It refers to the geometrical and mathematical Tesseract object, reinterpreted in real life with a 3D moving light array setup.

The installation is a 3d sculptural cube equipped with moving light, where the audience is invited to walk in. A tri-dimentional array of light mounted in an open scaffold construction are able to turn in any direction. Within the cube shape, the spotlights evoke a futuristic world. The installation is in fact no longer sculpture but motion itself: an ever-evolving state of shape and space of which the spectator is a part.

createdigitalmotion.com has some great information from Schneider and Wunschel about Tesseract / aka HyperCube.

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