Bringing epic creatures to life through gesture controlled projection mapping

Motion controlled interactive projection mapping

[ Vivid Festival, Sydney June, 2014 ]

For Vivid Sydney 2014, Ethno Tekh created an unique interactive music system to be projected onto Sydney University for the public to be in control of using a Leap Motion as it’s control input.

We worked in collaboration with Enig’matik Records, who produced the amazing musical content which the users could manipulate in real-time using the building-sized remixer.


  • Ethno Tekh

Interaction programming / visuals

  • Brad Hammond

Interactive audio systems / sound design

  • Chris Vik

Software engineering

  • Stephen Burns

Event Projection 

  • Finely Tuned

Music production

  • Auma
  • Clockvice
  • Fine Cut Bodies
  • Ion Driver
  • Sun in Aquarius
  • Woulg

Supported by

  • The University of Sydney
  • Vivid Sydney

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Enig’matik Records Collaborators