Prototype #1 was my first attempt to create an interactive, holographic sculpture.

I was interested in the idea that an intangible object could occupy a sense of space in the same way of a physical sculpture. I wanted to see whether a hologram, that is the representation of a three-dimensional object composed of light and projection, could exist as sculpture that addresses conceptual issues of space and time(change) as active components. The hologram changes shape based on the movement of the viewer.

Software, written in Processing, generated a composite shape and Arduino was used to collect and send via bluetooth data from a motion sensor. 

The holographic display was constructed from laser cut acrylic.