How can the man-machine interaction be explored in a deeper way?
Is there any way to see the soul? The Ghost in the Machine is an observation of oneself using technological ingredients: two robots and a 3D scanner.
This project includes multiple disciplines in the field of visual experimentation and interaction, such as light painting, point cloud and robotics, and involves an inner journey represented by a dance performed by two robots that are like mechanical sculptures.
This experience is the result of a collaboration between the audiovisual production company Canada and the creative studio Glassworks, with their technology partners Universal Robots and NRD Multimedia.
Glassworks is a studio specializing in audiovisual post-production based in Barcelona, which is extending the scope of its work to other areas of technological creativity, such as interaction design and creating cutting edge audiovisual experiences.
Canada is a production company and directors’ collective based in Barcelona, which is internationally renowned for its video production work. Since 2010, it has also been a publishing platform for launching physical objects in the cultural sphere.