TimeBlur is a digital conservation of India's ancient practices, which were derived from the laws of nature and can be explained by the laws of mathematics today. We are trying to bring Art and Culture of India to Digital Media. A marriage of rich practices of India to the power of technology.
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A digital display of kinetics involved in Yogasana
We designed three different systems to communicate three different outcomes, named as Linear, Radial and Particle Trail.
We used techniques like Image processing, Computer Vision, Depth Imaging and Software Art/ Generative Art
Kinetics of Yoga
Three trails of the body
Some live shots
Digital render of the Body's trail left behind in Sun Salutation
On Linear Trail
As learnt from the visuals
Facts on Surya Namaskara or Sun Salutation
1. Surya Namaskara or Sun Salutation is believed to vitalise the solar energy of the body which flows through a fundamental Nadi channel of the body called as Pingala Nadi.
2. Surya Namaskar is recommended to be done 8-12 rounds, slowly for spiritual benefits and quickly for physical benefits. In special cases, a daily practice of 108 rounds may be undertaken for purification.
3. There are about 72,000 nadis in the body according to tantric texts
4. According to "Art Of Living", while practicing Ashtanga Namaskara (6th pose), the solar plexus corresponding to "Naval Chakra", the reservoir of energy, gets activated releasing a lot of energy in the body making us feel very energetic, if done with proper awareness, one can feel the flow of energy, starting from Naval Chakra to the entire body.