Lux Cortina is a digital sculpture that simulates one of the interactive sculptures of the “Viridium project” (Leote - 2019) that has been printed in 3D, with bioplastic (PLA) and silicon parts, which focuses on the development of semi-autonomous and translucent 3D-printed sculptures.
All pieces of the “Viridis project” has a morphology like what exists in nature, emphasizing translucency, sound, light and movement.
How close would they be to Biomimicry? Or would they be Bioinspiration? This discussion is the project starting point which focuses on the development of semi-autonomous and translucent 3D-printed sculptures.
This version in Virtual Reality allows interaction using VR glasses, both with the cell phone and with the computer. It is possible to interact using the mouse or in game mode (WASD). This work has two digital versions. One with sound (game mode) and one without sound (VR mode or mouse).
Art Institute of São Paulo State University
Rosangella Leote is a multimedia artist/researcher; Posdoctorated in Media Art (Universidade Aberta - Lisbon - Portugal); Phd in Communication Sciences (USP/BR); Master of Arts (UNICAMP/BR). She is professor and director of the Postgraduate Program in Arts at Arts Institute, Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Also is the director of GIIP - "International and Inter-Institutional Group of Research in Convergence Art, Science and Technology" UNESP. Currently her research is about multisensoriality and multimodality based on neuroscience theories, also including handicap technologies for arts. She acts and direct performances, do sound sculptures and other interactive works and is member of the SCIArts-Interdisciplinary team. firstname.lastname@example.org.