Love the fact that you didn’t need to download an app to play.
DDB Paris created this simple, fun “Escape Machine” experience for the French travel company Voyages SNCF.
Menacing, glowing black cubes wait till someone goes close enough. Then the cube asks where the person would like to travel. Pushing the red button produces a crazy celebration, complete with gigantic walking kisses, and provides the wishers large, customized mock tickets to their destination. Watching the faces of the onlookers is just as much fun as the experience itself!
Very cool project in Barcelona. Get a full 360-degree scan with openKinect > 3D printer outputs a mini version of You.
Simple and effective.
The installation is constituted of a suspended and articulated topography of 4 x 2 m, subdivided into forty triangular mirrors. Twelve triangles are fitted with motors and eight triangles are equipped with audio transducers, which transform the surface into a dynamic sonic space. A dialogue between space and sound is created as the surface slowly modifies its shape, our perception of it altered through continuously changing light and sound reflection.
Hellicar & Lewis produced and art directed a large scale interactive installation for the rebrand of NZ Telecom at the Ferry Building, Auckland, New Zealand.
I’ve seen a lot of video’s with architectural projection mapping lately. I would like to share this with you: Kraftwork in Autostadt. Created by Seeper, check out their site.
When it comes to mixed media, the bigger the mix the better. Artist Fiona Banner has suspended an entire British Aerospace Sea Harrier nose-down from the vault of a gallery at the Tate Britain, rather like a food-stall hawker might hang a Peking duck. The effect is akin to slaying some wild thing, laying low and imprisoning what should be soaring free.