The Maze on the Wall is an installation done while I was studying in Barcelona (UPF).
I have always felt fascinated by the idea how diluted is getting the line between the real and virtual world. This is a first attempt of understanding the relationship of objects with their reality.
The installation used a whole room filled with soft balls with which the user could interact with the installation by throwing them to specific targets projected over the walls. With a wiimote controller you could control the train over its path. When a train ended its route, a ball from a hidden box was released to give a final feedback to the user.
This project received the award for “Most original installation”.