I am a new media artist with a focus on 3d space. I approach the medium from a variety of perspectives: computationally through volumetric displays, performatively through dance, and functionally through 3d building interaction frameworks.
- From 2009-2012, I designed Spatial Computing, a prototype AR interface, and have shared the work online and through panels and conferences.
- I’m the inventor and a core member of Lumarca, an open-source, highly scalable, low-cost volumetric display. In 2012 the Lumarca team built the world’s largest volumetric display with a field of 30′ x 30′ x 20′
- For almost 20 years, I have been training in Liquid, an urban dance form that combines digital 3d concepts with human movement. I am actively involved in its growth and preservation.
I’m based out of New York, once wrote a script on my about page that cycled through small pieces of trivia, and have one of the cutest kids on the planet.
My full catalogue of work can be viewed here. If you have any questions, comment, ideas, etc, please reach me at hwang [ dot ] al [ at ] gmail [dot] com.