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Omote: Real-Time Makeup Projection Mapping

19. August 2014


Slightly freaky and pretty awesome all at once… Check out Omote, a new, advanced real-time projection mapping process with this demo showcasing dynamic makeup projections onto a live models face. It’s not exactly new, but the facial mapping and quality of the projection has drastically improved… the model almost looks completely CGI at times. Enjoy! [...]

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Adidas f50: The Messi Projection Mapping Stunt

10. August 2014


With Messi back in Barcelona post the World Cup, Adidas have teamed up with him for the new Adizero f50 Boots, and this pretty cool projection mapping installation that ran the streets of Barcelona to get people excited… On cars, footpaths and buildings… We havn’t seen a projection mapping piece for a while, and this [...]

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ASICS: The Remote Volleyball Cannon Challenge

28. July 2014


ASICS have become famous over the last few years for creating interactive installations to engage fans and athletes in new and interesting ways to promote the brand. The latest installation is called ‘The Kerri Cannon’ which is a remote-operated spiking machine built to replicate the power and accuracy of top professional female players like Kerri [...]

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Meet ‘Sense’ The Ultimate Sleep Tracker

25. July 2014


This Kickstarter project from the guys at ‘Hello’ has raised over $700,000 in 48 hours which pretty much breaks all records to date. Introducing Sense, the smart object and mobile app that helps track your sleep and the environment around you. Sense detects temperature, noise, light and movement among other things to help provide the [...]

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Dove: When You’re Smiling Installation

22. July 2014


This is a simple little piece for Dove, activated at an awards night, where people would view themselves in a magic mirror which captured their smile and printed a photo only once the smile was big enough. Users were prompted ‘When did you last smile to yourself in the mirror?’ to trigger the engagement before [...]

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Lexus STROBE Project: Art Motion Installation

18. July 2014


Check out ‘STROBE’ the latest instalment in the Lexus ‘Amazing in Motion’ series. Lexus have created the series of online videos to showcase their imagination and creativity. STROBE features stunt men and acrobatic performers in advanced LED light suits to tell the story of one man’s incredible journey across the Kuala Lumpur skyline at night. [...]

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inFORM: Tangible Media Surface Interaction

15. July 2014


Posting this one for the Archives as it’s a little dated but I’ve wanted to post for a long while! This piece of work from MIT’s Tangible Media Group, who’ve invented a surface that three-dimensionally changes shape, allowing users to not only interact with digital content in meatspace, but even hold hands with a person [...]

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Molson Canadian: National Anthem Beer Fridge

1. July 2014


Today is Canada day. And the world over, Canadians are celebrating their great country. Meanwhile, Molson Canadian, is celebrating too, but only for Canadian’s who know their national anthem. With special Molson Canadian beer fridges placed around the country, you’re only chance of unlocking a free cold beer, is to sing the national anthem O [...]

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MegaFaces: Kinetic Facade Makes 3D ‘Selfies’

23. June 2014


This piece of work won the 2014 Cannes Lions Innovation Grand Prix last week, with a huge Kinetic installation that allowed people to create huge 3D selfies. The installation can transform in three dimensions to recreate the faces of visitors to Khan’s pavilion, a 2,000 m2 cube that was situated in the Olympic Park in [...]

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Vivid Light Festival: Cars That Feel Installation

8. June 2014


Here’s a pretty cool piece at the Vivid Sydney, Festival of Light, Music and Ideas, where over a million Australians flock to Sydney Harbour to check out the interactive art on show. Last year, VML Sydney created this cool piece called ‘We See Saw’ for the same festival, an investment in creative technology that agencies [...]

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