24 Chairs: The IR Chair

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    The IR Chair incorporated an analogue/digital spatial interface which supports interaction with a computer without the use of a mouse or keyboard. Sitting in the chair, the viewer can move a monitor, acting like a view finder, around a space while playing a film of the same space filmed at a different time. The spatial interface allows the monitor to play back the section of the space that it is obscuring from the perspective of the viewer, creating a time shift view of that section of the space.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2010


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