“Floor” is an interactive interface designed to transfer strength and movement data in the human-human relation and the human-space-time relation. The action of stepping on one of the two ends of the machine produces a wave that is displaced in the direction equivalent to the action. For the other users (not interactors), it is worth noting that the wave in movement lifts the steel plate and the assemblage lifts who or what is on it.
The two work together in the development of strategies for the experimentation and implementation of audio-tactile-visual interfaces that make it possible for the public to explore and interact naturally with data banks and virtual, remote or hybrid environments.
Rejane Cantoni born in São Paulo, has studied communications, semiotics, visualization of information systems and cinematic interfaces, in São Paulo and in Geneva (Switzerland); since 1987, researches and develops immersive installations with devices of data acquisition and manipulation in natural and/or sensorialized environments, and automation.
Leonardo Crescenti born in São Paulo, studied architecture at FAU/USP, São Paulo; since 1978 researches and develops projects in different media and supports; as a photographer and photo director, accomplished 13 short films, receiving 21 national and 14 international prizes, 28 hors-concours participations and three participations in the Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes Festival.