It ́s You

Projected figures crowd around something that they obscure from the
pedestrianâ€TMs view.

 When the pedestrian stands behind them, as if to look
over their shoulders, they step aside to allow him a view onto what
theyâ€TMre looking at.

The pedestrian can now see part of the unfolding
scene, and he obscures the view for the other pedestrians.

After the pedestrian has been in the interaction area for a period of
time, the projected figures will turn to face him and focus their
attention on him.

Documentation from installation at CAM Raleigh for the Born Digital exhibition, opening January 28, 2012