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Positive Space
an interactive movement game

In September of 2012 AH Squared’s “Positive Space” made its debut at the Willoughby Spring Festival and the Sydney Fringe on Chatswood’s Urban Screen. “Positive Space” is a family-friendly game installation which uses motion tracking from the Kinect to generate digital images and sound, and aims to bring movement into gaming through the growing trend of “whole body interface” in technology.

Participants played with moving their bodies to fit into the shapes that came toward them on the screen while their movements were tracked and fed back to the game showing them their success rate through sound and visuals.


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Welcome to AH Squared.

This is the home of the works of multimedia artist Andre Hayter:

The music page has a selection of works ranging from sound design to rock to music for contemporary dance.

The works page has a selection of art works: installations, sculptures, and 3D animation.

The web page has information about my work in web design and a link to my CV.

The blog page hosts my thoughts on topics covering sound design, visual media, social trends, etc…It is also where I post updates to projects in progress.

AH Squared is also the home of the collaboration between Andre and dancer/choreographer/teacher Angela Hill.