SCL2110 is an impossible but possible, depending on all those who are committed to the city, between now and 100 years.
SCL2110 is an initiative that seeks to rethink our cities through Architecture, Art and Performance.
Maybe one of the coolest parts of this initiative is the series of interventions in charge to international architects and artists, a look outside of many prejudices against our cities.
For this we invited Bernard Tschumi, Diller & Scofidio + Renfro, Lot-Ek, Roselee Goldberg, Vito Acconci and Alfredo Jaar, who carry out projects that were presented and discussed in the context of SCL-2110 and the Bicentennial of Chile. Places to intervene were Plaza Italia, Central Market, the elevators of Valparaiso, Cerro Cárcel Cultural Center, Gabriela Mistral Cultural Center, San Cristóbal Hill (Metropolitan Park) and La Moneda (Axis Bulnes).
Duplo! Provided technical assistance to the development of devices for exposing the work of this exhibition:
a. Software Design and Production, Major Dioramas and works of Artists & Architects, Design & Production of Arduino software for the reading of variable resistor from sensor systems in communication with MAX/MSP/Jitter, reading of sensomatic system integrated through Arduino microcontroller, for interactive projects in Real Time platform Max/MSP/Jitter (Animation, Video, OpenGL, Stereo Audio, Spatializer Audio). In addition, Software Design for Augmented Reality for Projects of Thesis Room & Book Catalog SCL2110.
b. Design and production of main mechanical Dioramas and mechanical structures, travel guides and displacement systems, Tracking system for car displacement, sensometric detection system for car displacement (x axis) and control tracking for detection of turning 360 °, 180 °, 135 °, 90 ° & 45 °, depending on the display system (LOT-EK, BTA, Acconci Studio, Diller Scofidio + Renfro).
c. Production Tracking system through variable resistance sensors optimized for continuous rotation (Rail System) and dedicated (image plane) in correlation and connection to Arduino microcontroller.