This article discusses an experimental seeing machine and its spatial, sensorial, and technical implications. By examining this real-time motion tracking and visualization system and reflecting on how it engendered embodied experiences of sharing movement across physical and virtual bodily spheres, the author raises questions about the construction of identity, visibility regimes, technical glitches, indeterminacy, and error. The mediating space, emerging through the coexistence of and interference between these distinct technologies/bodies brought together in common points of view, also suggests another mode of perception, perhaps unsettling what it means to “see.”

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