“Floating Matter” is an interactive installation that invites the audience to engage with a real-time simulation of cloth physics. The installation utilizes advanced algorithms and real-time rendering techniques to create a lifelike and responsive cloth material that moves and reacts to the audience's actions.
In addition to the cloth simulation, the installation also features real-time reflections from the environment. As the audience moves and interacts with the installation, the surrounding space is captured and reflected on the surface of the cloth, creating a dynamic and constantly changing canvas.
The installation invites the audience to consider the relationship between their own movements and the virtual world they are interacting with, challenging them to consider the ways in which we can shape and influence our surroundings. Through the combination of real-time cloth simulation and environmental reflections, Floating Matter offers a unique and engaging experience that blurs the lines between the virtual and the real.
Concept / Design: Ahmet Said Kaplan Sound
Studio & Haar Documentation: Hakan Sarı
Model: Pelin Erman