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2007 | Golan Levin


Eyecode (Golan Levin, 2007) is an interactive installation whose display is wholly constructed from its own history of being viewed. By means of a hidden camera, the system records and replays brief video clips of its viewers' eyes. Each clip is articulated by the duration between two of the viewer's blinks. The unnerving result is a typographic tapestry of recursive observation.

Eyecode (Interactive Eye-Tracking Installation) from Golan Levin on Vimeo.

Additional Resources
High-resolution photographs and screenshots of Eyecode can be found in this Flickr photoset. Video of Eyecode can be found on YouTube and Vimeo.

Eyecode is implemented in openFrameworks and uses the OpenCV computer vision library. Thanks to the bitforms gallery NYC, Michael J. Levy and Grisha Coleman. Photographs by John Berens; videography by David Plakke; video editing by Michael Pisano.

Eye tracking, face tracking, interactive art, computer art, installation, video recording, blink detection, blink detector, recursion, typography, writing, cursor, viewing, observation, eyes.

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Eyecode, 2007
Eyecode, 2007 (70.73 MB)
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