KALEIDOCLOCK’s Creative Use Of Video Delay

Who hasn’t enjoyed playing with a kaleidoscope as a child? The patterns are mesmerizing. Florian Baron has now created a virtual counterpart called KALEIDOCLOCK which creatively uses video delay to display an image sequentially onto its 12 virtual display screens.

KALEIDOCLOCK is an interactive video installation that allows viewers to create mesmerizing visual patterns using video delay. It was created by Florian Baron with support from the Ashigara Art Festival in Japan.

KALEIDOCLOCK is also available as an application for iPhone and iPad. See:

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