[ Khronos Projector ] simplified demos - (c) Alvaro Cassinelli 2005.

Built with [ Processing ]

 

The following applets (click on the images below to launch them) are simplified versions of the software that runs the Khronos Projector interactive installation (each applet has a pre-loaded time-lapse sequence). To be able to run the program online, you should have Java installed in your browser. The applet accepts input from mouse (and touch-screen). This Java applet is not as fast as the C++ version which has been optimized for real-time rendering using 3D textures on graphics accelerating hardware (and consequently, it's able to handle high-resolution image sequences in real time). Size of images is kept small (320x240) and length of the sequence is somehow reduced in order to minimize the uploading and execution time - for the same reasons, the spatio-temporal blending function has been simplified, which may produce visible steps instead of a smooth temporal gradient from successive image layers.

 

 
Behind the door --------
 

 
-------- Dislocated head turn
 
 

Interactive Sunset --------
 
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-------- Shibuya Crossing
 
 
Jérôme Bonaldi & Gérard Miller smile at each other through a Khronos Projector-induced spatio-temporal warp...

 

 

 

...A space-time anomaly captured - against all odds - and finally aired at the TV show "On a tout essaye" (France2 - French Television). Many thanks to the curiosity (and perseverance!) of Jérôme Bonaldi.

Original Sequence: (c) Alvaro Cassinelli

 
-------- Growing Narcisus
 

 

Original Sequence: (c) Roger Hangarter [Plants in Motion]

 

Decomposing Watermelon --------

 

Original sequence: (c) Mike Posehn [GraniteBaySoftware]

 

[ The Khronos Projector ] - (c) Alvaro Cassinelli 2005 / Ishikawa-Namiki-Komuro Lab/ University of Tokyo