Interactive Video Object.


Tantrum is an interactive video object that uses generative movement algorithms along with a database of editable choreographed character footage to investigate the interactive and dynamic relationship between user and interface. The program itself uses layers of randomness, confined by specific rules and arguments, to animate a discrete performance each time it is activated.  Each performance then results in an equally unique composition.

Bryan Cera​

Assistant Professor in Object Making and Emergent Technologies

Alberta University of the Arts


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