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Felipe Pantone

Data Chromesthesia (2024) | Augmented Reality

In collaboration with Google Arts & Culture

Felipe Pantone’s first augmented reality uses Google’s AR Core technology to identify different elements of a landscape and real time pollution levels. The dynamic visuals are enabled by Scene Semantics API and Air Quality API to generate two unique patterns based on Pantone’s signature style. One pattern can be viewed globally in urban environments, and the unique version is available at the Grand Palais Immersif in Paris. In both occasions, the AR will react to the environment in visuals and AI generated sound. The ever-evolving experience will appear in black and white to represent poor air quality, to very saturated colours when the air quality is excellent.


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