Three dimensional full body movement is condensed into a single line. Eight vectors project and pivot through the plane behind. Their points in space all relative to each other constantly vary with movement. This change is harnessed with a cord which terminates at a pen.
Master's thesis book for the Rhode Island School of Design
A dark wooden hood affixed to the wall by a hinged armature translates the movement of the blind operator inside by two methods. A direct mechanical connection through a series of pulleys moves one side of the pen gondola on the page. Accelerometer data from the hood is programmed to control a servo motor, which moves the other side of the pen.
A Twelve Hour Gaze
Leering at Le Corbusier, the location of my gaze is registered by the vertices of the lines. The points are recorded at frequent and regular intervals. A coherent image emerges from the chaotic accumulation: eyes darting wild and unconscious back and forth.