Thanks to Michael for writing in to share his installation project with us! He writes:
…The setup is a room with an oldschool TV and an oldschool froggerlike arcade game on the screen.
One of the players have to go to another room and do all the moves. Whatever is pressed on the gamecontroller gets transmitted as spoken orders like “left”, “right” etc into another room, where the second player has to perform it. The figurine on the screen is adjusted according to the tracked movements of that second player.
If the player gets caught (sic), he has to leave and another of the remaining players of a team has to enter and move.
Its made with Openframeworks, Arduino, xBee, and pozyx.
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