Check out highlights from the Tokyo Designers Week and DESIGNTIDE TOKYO exhibitions here.
MultiTouch Ltd. has launched its new Hybrid Tracking technology integrated with its MultiTaction interactive displays. The new feature from MultiTouch is the first optical multi-touch technology in the industry that is immune to external lighting conditions, expanding opportunities for interactive display installations in public spaces. (Check out the video for more info on how it works)
The worlds of digital and live have become one. This fall, the industry comes together to learn, share and build the future of the “wired experience.” We are accepting speaker applications for learning modules at EventTech through May 31.
Check out this incredible stage backdrop leveraging projection mapping that Corporate Staging Resources created for the USANA International Sales Event
at Energy Solutions Arena in Salt Lake City. Projects like this are a perfect example of how projection mapping is moving indoors and changing the face of events and staging design.
After respondents to an industry survey revealed Fortune 1000 trade show teams, event departments and procurement officers are presented with “more choices than ever,” have “a difficult time telling one exhibit partner from another” and “need an easier way to separate the great ones from the good ones”—the editors of Event Marketer and Event Design [...]
The creative team at Hill & Partners brought the maker of premium handmade cigars to the IPCPR (International Premium Cigar & Pipe Retailers Association) show with a custom rental 20-by-20-foot exhibit that made prominent use of warm, rich materials and sepia tone graphics to evoke Old World charm.
When Carlos Cruz-Diez began, it wasn’t called “installation art”, but rather the Kinetic Movement. He has been hard at work on his “Chromosaturation” series ever since, with two shows currently in Paris and Mexico. Using only very simply filtered flourescent lights, he changes the entire feeling of a space.
Take a look inside Wired magazine’s pop-up retail shop on Regent Street in London, featuring cool 3D printing technology and lots more tech-savvy products and solutions palying off a “new industrial revolution” theme.