Design in the folding calculation of origamis in interactive installation art
Authors: Da Zheng, Xiaodan Liu, Shuya Zhang
Abstract: With the rapid development of digital technology, new media installation artists explore the possibilities of "human-computer interaction" in installation art by computer using sensing technology, communication technology, and other new artificial intelligence technologies. Modern origami shapes flat surfaces into an orderly three-dimensional structures through the design of creases, allowing the works to display both rigidity and flexibility of mechanical properties. By analyzing the mechanical properties and mathematical laws contained in the rules of modern origami, we have built a visual interface model using Touch Designer software. Based on the computational model, we designed an intelligent interactive origami installation with “autonomous behavior” that can be encoded or decoded and automatically read and executed by the acoustic collision rebound. Driven by artificially empowered, the "folding" of paper extends into visible, interactive, and perceptible "movement behavior The inter-media integration attempts to combine material, structure and algorithm, hopefully providing a new perspective for the innovation of new media dynamic installation art.
Keywords: New media installation art, Folded structure, Computable media, Intelligent interaction
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