Phobacilloscope

by Scott on 2012/08/26

Phobacilloscope is a dual channel video projection, with an infrared sensor. It asks the user to touch the window, and then scans their hand, turns on a camera and scans the user for bacteria. It plays different videos depending on whether or not the user is found to be “infected.” It was was created by Scott Amos and David Parfit, and was installed at 1215 Blanshard St. for MediaNet’s Sense of Place event and for the Off the Grid Art Crawl in 2011.

 

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