Tag Archive | "Digital Installation"

Ralph Lauren: 4D Holographic Fashion Show

Tuesday, September 16, 2014


So Ralph Lauren has just thrown a huge Spring 2015 Fashion Show, and this time it was a 4D Holographic Water Projection Show before hundreds of influencers and celebs in New York City’s Central Park. The fashion show was projected onto a 60 foot high water fountain, were the runway experience came to life in [...]

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Fracture IO: A New Kind of Photo Booth

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

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Fracture IO is a new form of Photo Booth, an installation to create generative, 3D animated artwork based on the form of the human body. This installation was unveiled at the One Show Awards celebration at the Bowery Hotel in New York recently… Fracture IO lets users generate asbtract sculptures in real-time using what seems [...]

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Dyskograf: Create Music From Drawings

Tuesday, October 30, 2012


Seriously cool. The Dyskograf is a graphic disk reader that creates music from drawings, or more precisely, from felt tip pens that draw shapes on paper discs. These discs are read by the Dyskograf’s camera as it spins, while constantly decoding the images via an algorithm/software platform to produce unique notes in real time for [...]

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Stanley: The Tweet Powered Interactive Piano

Tuesday, July 24, 2012


Check out Stanley, the world’s very first tweet powered interactive Piano! As a connected object, Stanley is reliant on the us to activate him, all by a simple tweet to @StanleyPiano, upon which he will swing into action as he works through the song requests of the twittersphere, playing them via a host of mechanics [...]

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Kinetic Rain: A Dynamic Art Installation

Sunday, July 8, 2012


This signature art installation in the Departure-Check-in hall of Terminal 1 at Singapore Airport might just depict modern beauty, a computer controlled, floating set of copper raindroplets called ‘Kinetic Rain’. Created in two installations beside the entry escalators, each consisting of 608 rain droplets made of lightweight aluminum covered with copper, hanging from steel thread, [...]

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Waternet: The Amsterdam Peeing Challenge

Tuesday, May 15, 2012


Waternet is (amongst other things) responsible for cleaning the canals in Amsterdam, a pretty big task in itself. But each year on “Queensday” they come under siege from millions of people consuming excess amounts of alcohol, who in turn, use the canals as a very convenient toilet… So this year, Achtung teamed with Waternet to [...]

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LYNX Anarchy: The World’s First Invisible Ad

Thursday, May 10, 2012


Lynx produce some seriously innovative digital work the world over (AXE in other countries) and probably none more so than this campaign that’s just launched in Australia, with the world’s first invisible ad installation using special LCD screens that can only been seen with polarised lenses. People passing by a street in Sydney were handed [...]

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Live Park: World’s First 4D Art Park Experience

Monday, February 20, 2012

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A 4D Art Park you ask? Yeah, I wasn’t sure what the hell that meant either… Then I watched this video (only full screen HD does it justice) and now I’m sold on going there to experience it for myself! Live Park is completely unique, an entire theme park, dedicated to a 4D art experience [...]

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Bear 71: A Real World Multi-User Experience

Saturday, January 28, 2012


You’ll know by now I’m a huge advocate of digital convergence, and this piece is one of the very best I’ve ever seen, it takes the concept to new heights… It’s called Bear 71, an interactive, multi-user documentary experience and installation that debuts at the Sundance Film Festival. Bear 71 Live observes and records the [...]

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Deck the Screens: Multi Device Light Strings

Saturday, December 10, 2011


The Xmas Card war is heating up again in 2011, we’ve already posted some really innovative pieces, and this one called “Deck The Screens” from Deeplocal is every bit as good, and I can see it creating mass agency Christmas light strings here in Sydney, and around the world. Basically, the app lets you string [...]

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