London Eye: Mood Conductor

LeyeMeBetween April and September I undertook an industrial research placement with Cinimod Studio in West London. During my time there I helped design and develop an installation called the Mood Conductor. Running for 3 weeks during the Olympics, The Mood Conductor allowed people to control the lights around the rim of the London Eye using the movements of their hands. In order to bring an additional personal element to the installation we incorporated a wireless pulse monitor which, if clipped onto the participant’s ear, would allow them to see their pulse flashing at the top of one of London’s most visible landmarks!