Rummage is an image sorting & collating demo for Oblong’s g-speak. Images are arranged in various configurations in 3D space and controlled by hand gestures.

I curated the image collection for this application, programmed/designed an interface for sorting the images by color, and designed some supporting graphics for “clipping” the set to selected images with two hands.

See Rummage in action in John Underkoffler’s TED talk.

Demonstrating the image highlighting feature in rummage: hold hands out to make two clipping planes.
Images in rummage sorted by color, arranged in a spherical shape
Selection of images in rummage with hands controlling a virtual clipping plane
Images in rummage sorted by color detail, with more of the stage at TED visible