Klik Klak is a 3D stereoscopic audio-visual holographic FX installation by award-winning audio-visual producer Stuart Warren-Hill.
The Klik Klak project utilises Hologauze® technology, which was developed by Stuart for his Holotronica 3D album project in 2014, and has since found international acclaim.
Hologauze® is a light-weight scrim; when lit correctly it becomes an invisible projection screen. The result is an holographic illusion that causes 2D objects to appear 3D. It’s the only surface capable of fully supporting polarized stereoscopic 3D, and therefore completely unique.
Klik Klak is a percussive installation created by Stuart, with his own music and 3D visuals brought to life as a live holographic effect. A series of clicking balls seemingly float in mid-air, creating phasing patterns of syncopated rhythm. Viewers are invited to wear a pair of 3D glasses, which cause the moving balls to appear to share the viewers immediate space and environment - close enough to reach out and touch.
Supported by Arts Council England
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