Arcstream “Living Image” Lets You Walk On Interactive Fake Water


Jesus was known for a wide assortment of parlor tricks. If I had to choose one of Jesus’ powers, it would have to be turning water into wine, just because I’m a drunk badass like that. Arcstream AV is conquering another one of those biblical tricks with their interactive “Living Image” exhibit at The Science Museum in South Kensington, London.

Living Image uses a 6,500 lumens overhead projector and a variety of sensors that let the 1024 x 768 image of water change in real-time, depending on the visitor’s interaction with the floor display. Special infrared sensors allow for more than one person to interact with the displays at one time. Check out an awesome demo video after the jump.

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