john seefeldt

Interactive / 3D

Custom Software, electronics, Wood, Cardboard, Fabric

Shown at: the 2012 {Re}HAPPENING, Black Mountain, NC

This structure uses standard pine two by fours as a frame. The frame is held together by four inch bolts and wing nuts to allow for easy setup and removal. The roofing and wall panels are wax-coated corrugated cardboard. The waxed panels are held in by 3” wooden pegs that can be installed and removed by hand.

The imagery is an interactive 3D application developed using a video gamed engine, projected onto white nylon panels from outside the cabin. Audio is played from underneath the floorboards. The imagery and audio responds to the location of the audience walking inside of the cabin to make it feel as if they are looking out into an actual environment.

Setting up the structure:


Projected interactive environment: