Panoptidrome is watching you...

Panoptidrome is an interactive audio-video surveillance sculpture that tracks the faces of people in a space and creates a 3-D scan of them. The scan is then multiplied and video projection mapped onto multiple monitors on a wall. The effect for the audience is of being in the presence of an eerie Sci-Fi-esque entity that automatically tracks them and exhibits their identity for public display.

Created by Hopkins Duffield. Pantoptidrome was originally presented for Videodrome 2015 at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.

For more information about the project please see here.