The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

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The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker

The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker

The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker

The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker

The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker

The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker

The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker

The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker

The 3D Particle Tracker was developed for Tomás Saraceno's installation Particular Matter. A software to track and visualise dust particles in three dimensions

A stereoscopic pair of high frequency cameras were capturing dust particles floating in an extremely bright light beam. The calculated position of the dust particles were visualised and sonified as part of the exhibit.

More Info → 3D Particle Tracker