|MARK HAUENSTEIN||PROJECTS | ABOUT | CONTACT|
A camera that creates very long panoramic images from a stream of moving images (with the help of a little application). Whether it is the whole of Oxford Street compressed to an image of 25m or a 40 minute boat ride on the Thames in 4m, images made with Pancam display the interlinked relationship of movement, space and time. More
A TV with character and attitutde. OiTV reacts on behaviours that go beyond prescriptive manuals. More
Basically a container you can use to capture, shake and pour tactile sound. More
A sound installation that takes on the metaphor of a fountain. Nurtured by the sounds of the space, sound fountain returns a poetic representation of the dynamics within a space over a shifting duration of time. More
|ARTBAR PROJECTION LIGHTING SYSTEM
I implemented a multiple projection system for the recent refurbishment of the RCA Artbar. The basic idea is to create different moods and atmospheres in the bar by using multiple video projections as light sources. More
A system for screens in buses that overlays a historic narrative onto the narrative of your journey. More
|A MOTHER, A BABY AND A PRINTER?
How can a printer be useful in the very specific daily lifes of a mother and a baby. With the help of some practicing mothers we (three boys) came up with a possible application. More
|RURAL AFFAIRS | TRANSPORT & COMMUNITY
A lo-tech feedback system to be used in public transport vehicles to help people living in rural areas shape the particular services they need. More
|A MOBILEPHONE AND A LIBRARIAN?
Initially intended to reduce the workload of a librarian this peer-to-peer network among library users also extends the stock of the library, promotes social exchange and academic activities. More
A real time visuals engine that collages short video clips in a variety of fluid formations. The engine also synchronizes the movements and transformations of the video clips to rhythmic events coming from an audio stream. More