Life Floor

Life Floor (beta) is a virtual and interactive installation based on the "Game of Life", one the most popular algorithms of the so-called cellular automatons (mathematical representations of intelligent cellular systems), devised by the British mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970. When entering the installation, the audience becomes part of this virtual representation of cellular and intelligent life, interacting with the ecosystem and intervening in the development of generations during the exhibition. These generations will be monitored on a meter visible to the public.

Web:http://www.romantorre.com/

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT: Jorge Cano y Enrique Tomás

Román  Torre

Candás (Asturias), 1978. Lives and works in Barcelona.

Sound Floor v2 for schools
5
Nov
2008
10
Dec
2008

Interactive experience for children. A project by etokeè

Sound Floor v2
9
Nov
2008
14
Dec
2008

Interactive experience for children. a project by etokée

Homo Ludens Ludens
18
Apr
2008
22
Sep
2008

 

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