Using Gesture to Explore Early Heart Formation

USC Bridge Art + Science Alliance releases a new video documenting how researchers from the Keck School of Medicine are using a gestural interface and Oblong’s g-speak Spatial Operating Environment to explore early heart formation.

A collaborative, immersive, gesture-based data visualization of early heart formation for a 320° immersive room using Oblong’s g-speak spatial operating environment (93,312,000 pixels).
The same software that runs in the 320° immersion room can also run on our other systems (such as the 40' media wall), providing additional options for viewing and exploring the data.

Artist and designer whose work explores the use of gesture with complex data and spaces. He works at Oblong and teaches at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

Artist and designer whose work explores the use of gesture with complex data and spaces. He works at Oblong and teaches at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.