Pulse Room “Pulse Room” is an installation created by Hemmer which was displayed in many different locations around the globe. The idea is for people who enter the room to place both hands on the sensor; the light will calculate and mimic that particular persons heartbeat then store it among the other 300 light bulbs dangling from the ceiling. The light that illuminates the entire room is from the last 300 heartbeats recorded. http://www.youtube.com/watch v=-‐w9yeGIqcLg&feature=related (Pulse Room in Aarhus Denmark).
Homographies “Homographies” is a large interactive installation consisting of 144 white fluorescent lights that are installed and rotate on 72 robotic fixtures. The lights react to movement by rotating clockwise and counterclockwise. The piece uses a surveillance tracking system with six tiny panoptic cameras which are placed on the ceiling.” Very often, especially when found in corridors, fluorescents line-‐up and index a direction. Homographies attempts to pervert that linearity and "privileged point of view" and instead offer a plurality of points of contact.” (Rafael Lozano-‐Hemmer, 2006)