Analivia and the Amudi group from the Universidade Politécnica de São Paulo got together to collaboratively create this software. A camera records an image whose pixels are turned into subtle strokes, creating a distinctly impressionistic image. A sensor registers the heartbeat of the viewer and changes the color of the image according to its rhythm. The faster the heart rate, the redder the image is. The lower the heart rate, the bluer the image becomes. The software interacts with the behavior of the person’s inner body, something that can’t be controlled save by few people such as highly trained yogis.