LabInter (Interdisciplinary Interactive Laboratory) is composed by artists, teachers, researchers and students from visual arts, design, music, letters, architecture, cinema, computer engineering and computer science. The lab has developed research projects in game art, interactive applications, augmented reality, mixed reality, interactive installations, visual music, web art, telematic art, and, recently, a Fulldome proposal. The LabInter team works collaboratively and members participate through all phases of a project from conception, design, development and creation to presentation and distribution. LabInter is associated with the Graduate Program in Visual Arts at the Federal University of Santa Maria/Brazil.
Description: “Cosmology #2” proposes a construction of a cosmos from various open topologies made-up of images and sounds in 2D animation where abstract constellations formed by randomly patterning lines complexify to attain a final chaotic resolution of fractal shapes.