The main idea that I am going to go for my interaction project would be How the media space can give u the ability to do thing that you can not achieve in reality or proven difficult. I am going to go for the Opencv box tracking idea where the box will track the movement of the user in a blank canvas of Opencv this will be operate by the rectangle box will be representing the user and wherever the user move a box will follow them within the media space (canvas) and the user can access every corner of the canvas without obstacles in their way. I feel that project will relate extremely well to Mediated Environment (media space) the blank canvas on the screen operated in processing will symbolise how the people in poverty feels as they have entered the social media world where they have got a large quantity of control without obstacle. And the rectangle box will symbolise the people who are in the poverty/user. And the fact that the media space have given total control to the users and without any boundaries as you step into to the world.
The image on the left symbolises the media world and the image in the right symbolise the reality. As you can see that in the Mediated Environment (media space) you can see that the rectangle box is on a blank background and that user has got an unlimited space to travel in with out any obstacle to stop the user. But in the reality image on the right the user can not engaged in every section of that room because of the obstacle that is restricting the persons freedom in-order to get to every corner of the room. Where is in the media environment the user has got a large quantity of space. this gives the user a sense of mental space and how they can over come obstacle in reality
Disabled the image and video the that i can get a plain background.
adding the RGB colours on the background, in order to the the yellow plain background.
flip/mirror the camera. so the interaction for example the rectangle box is directly opposite the Audience/ user.
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