there is a full gallery of prints and photos from the open studios up on flickr. i had camera in hand pretty much the whole time (or rather with this lovely strap) and there’s a number of shots i think that get towards the spirit of what happened. but my favourite is this quiet shot, which for me tells the whole story: kinect, custom code yet in the context of an ornate frame from an age where mirrors themselves were the cutting edge of technology. for this mirror can play with your image, reconstructing and (re)animating a shadow from skeleton positional data. its also serious research: if we can systematically manipulate how your mirror image reacts, we can learn much about human-human interaction and notions like empathy. what illusion is shattered when your technologically mediated shadow decides to pick its nose?