Tag Archive | "Digital Installations"

The Lab: Digital Art Installations at Panorama

Saturday, July 23, 2016

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The Panorama Music Festival on Randalls Island in New York is getting its share of the Creative-Tech world this year, with some major technology, social and device brands commissioning interactive digital art installations, with brands like HP and Snapchat leading the way… Check out above the collaboration between HP and The Verge with their “Lab”. [...]

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Google AnyPixel: Digital Installations Made Easy

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

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For a long time now, creating detailed interactive installations and visual walls has been tough, so Google made AnyPixel.js an an open source code and hardware library created to make easy to make interactive displays out of just about anything. With a base of great code, anyone can edit or transform it along with the [...]

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Volkswagen: The Human Crossing

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

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In the UAE, most drivers ignore zebra crossings on a daily basis. So it’s no surprise that 20% of all road accidents in the United Arab Emirates involve pedestrians, often resulting in fatalities. So Volkswagen created “The Human Crossing” to make our roads a little more human (and safe), reminding drivers that pedestrians aren’t invisible [...]

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Time Trial: Augmented Reality Climbing

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

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Check this out! “Time Trial” is a new, physical, interactive rock climbing video game where players are given the opportunity to compete in a time-trial style augmented reality climbing wall challenge to log the fastest times to complete climbs that require them to do single or multiple tasks during that climb. Pretty damn cool. If [...]

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Jaguar Creates “Actual Reality” VR Experience

Sunday, January 24, 2016

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At the “Big Boys Toys” expo in New Zealand, Jaguar took Virtual Reality Experiences to the next level. Introducing “Actual Reality”, a VR experience like no other I’ve ever seen, an experience so real, it might actually just be “real”. With a custom VR Headset, and built into the “6-Axis” hydraulic platform designed to create [...]

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Star Wars: Shop Like A Jedi Billboard

Friday, January 15, 2016

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On the even of the launch of Star Wars episode VII, Carrefour in Romania created an interactive billboard that let people shop like a Jedi would. And while it’s nothing more than a basic Microsoft Kinect stunt experience, to the Star Wars fans, it was something different. Shoppers could swipe through just about the entire [...]

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NIVEA Presents The Second Skin Project

Monday, January 11, 2016

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This is Nivea’s Nanotechnology Experiment that allows people to feel a human touch from anywhere in the world. It’s also probably Leo Burnett Madrid‘s Cannes entry for 2016! The experiment shows how technology can create a sense of touch between a mother and son living thousands of kilometres apart from each other, delivering a hug, [...]

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North Face: The NightRay Fest Light Installation

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

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Never stop exploring, that’s what North Face’s interactive light installation called “Ascent” visualises, an art installation that both blurs and highlights its surroundings in nature, aiming to inspire and excite. A mesmerising sight of smooth lines and soft light, the sculpture creates a harmonious relationship between human aesthetic and the natural landscape in which it [...]

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HaptoClone: Holograms That You Can Touch

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

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Imagine a world of Holograms that you can physically touch! Imagine shaking a friend’s hand or reaching out to pass them a gift? Well a group of haptics and hologram researchers from the University of Tokyo’s Department of Complexity Science and Engineering (DCSE) have brought this prototype to life. Inventing “Haptoclone”. Quite simply, an interactive [...]

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WK London: Best Agency Xmas Card 2015

Saturday, December 26, 2015

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This year it seems agency Xmas cards weren’t as prolific as previous years, but that didn’t stop a few stand out pieces of work, and WK London was the pick of the bunch, and I’m calling it a clear cut winner of the Best Agency Xmas Card of 2015. WK London’s famous Christmas Window display [...]

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A Facebook Data Powered Robot Bartender

Saturday, November 7, 2015

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Here’s an interesting experiment. It’s called “The Social Shot” and is a mobile bartending-robot that mixes you drinks based off your Facebook profile data. Once you log-in, you’ll get a personalised drink which visualises the personality traits using psychology’s “Big Five” factor model. The graphic translation of abstract datasets into a colorful, drinkable diagram allows [...]

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Nissan: The Football Controller Project

Friday, November 6, 2015

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In Sweeden, just buying a Nissan to drive it isn’t enough… So they’ve created the “Controller Project” where engineers have rigged up a new Nissan QASHQAI into a Pro Evolution Soccer controller, so you can literally “Drive Football”. You can check out the experience here.

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Microsoft Xbox: The Survival Billboard

Thursday, October 1, 2015

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So Microsoft Xbox has stepped up to the plate with this installation billboard for the launch of the new Rise of the Tomb Raider game on Xbox One, with a piece called “The Survival Billboard” featuring 8 contestants standing on a billboard! Which I’ve embedded above, the full 24h stream. (Skip to 4h and 20m [...]

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Crystal Universe: An Interactive Light Installation

Saturday, September 26, 2015

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Crystal Universe is an exhibition shown at the Pola Museum Annex in Tokyo, featuring over 60 000 LEDs. The installation artwork allows users to control it by a smartphone, flicking a visualisation from the menu into the 3D world of light. The vision is to evoke four elements: the earth, the air, the fire and [...]

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Netflix Sense8 Brainwave Symphony Experiment

Monday, August 3, 2015

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Netflix has created an experiment the connects 8 random people together to create a synced piece of music available on Spotify. The fans had to binge-watch the show before participating in the Brainwave Symphony Experiment. Linked with sensors, their recorded brainwaves were used to compose a piece of original music: a tangible artistic manifestation of [...]

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Forever 21: Instagram Powered Thread Screen

Sunday, July 26, 2015

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Forever 21 have stepped up to the plate with a new Instagram Powered Thread Screen, which in short, is a huge machine made of 200,000 parts, weighing 2,000 lbs, and taking over a year and half to engineer and build (all by hand). With the massive machine displaying users Instagrams 24 hours a day, with [...]

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The Climate Portal: Weather Simulation Booths

Sunday, June 14, 2015

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If you’ve ever wondered what the weather was like at your next destination while waiting for a flight, well, now you won’t have to with a new installation at Stockholm’s Arlanda Airport, called “The Climate Portal”. An installation that simulates a range of weather conditions. The installation, created by the guys at Akestam Holst, brings [...]

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Fiat: The Parking Billboard Installation

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

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Here’s a neat little piece from Fiat; The Parking Billboard. An interactive installation where they’ve taken the ultrasonic sensors that typically sit inside the Fiat’s bumpers (you know, those audio beeping sensors…) and have rigged them up to a video billboard opposite a specifically designed car space to help guide drivers into the spot perfectly. [...]

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Shadow WiFi: Preventing Skin Cancer

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

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Skin Cancer is one of the world’s fastest growing diseases, and in Playa Agua Dulce, Peru, they’ve created an installation to help prevent it… Shadow WiFi, a large structure placed on beaches with a directional WiFi broadcast so that the free WiFi area moved in line with the shadow from the structure, and anyone left [...]

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Old Spice Launches ‘Twitch’ Real-Life Game

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

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Incase you don’t know, Twitch is like YouTube, but it is all live-streamed, featuring only multiplayer games for people to watch, with an audience over 50 million strong. Last year, there was the internet phenomenon “Twitch Plays Pokémon” where over 6.5 million people played the game or watched the live-stream. And now, Old Spice thought [...]

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