The Feedback-Table at the Lab2Art Korinthos opening party in action. On the display, visitors can manipulate the fluidal visuals freely with their hands. For a playful and tactile approach here, small metal balls are available to the surface, commonly used in ball bearings. They make the fault from which something grows in the loop. Anyone who deals with the object will find a way to influence visuals interactively. Since the camera is hanging above it, visitors can have their faces being part of the scene or play with personal things they carry with them.


This work combines analog and digital technology through a traditional intrinsic loop of the video signal passing through the video processor between the display and the recording camera. To reuse the video signal, it is copied from the loop to feed projectors to enlighten the ceiling and other walls ins the room. This illumination is softly reflected by the display again in a second iteration. The reflective frame helps too with the reflection of the environment illumination.