Museum of Science, Boston
Place a finger to your neck or wrist. Find your pulse. How does it alter your awareness of your body? Imagine if you could simultaneously see and
Pulse Pool is a collaborative multimedia installation created by the Symbiotic Computer Laboratory at the University of Oklahoma. The interconnected components of the Pulse Pool project explore how access to otherwise unavailable corporal information affects human interaction.
Wearable electronic units measure individuals’ heart rates and transmit this data
Pulse Pool is a 2006 commission of New Radio and Performing Arts, Inc. for its Turbulence website made possible with funding from mediaThe Foundation. Additional funding was provided by the University of Oklahoma College of Engineering, School of Computer Science, the Museum of Science, Boston, the National Endowment for the Arts, Rhizome.org, the University of Oklahoma Symbiotic Computer Laboratory, and the OU School of Art.
With contributions from:
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