Robert Seidel created the “Advection” projection install for the 4th Lichtsicht Biennale in Bad Rothenfelde, Germany, using water and mist sprayed from a fountain as the canvas. The two-channel video projection is paired with an original music score by David Kamp, and will be on display through January 5, 2014.
Designed as a traveling pop-up store, the entire structure has been made with modular elements made of iCover, to create an entirely customizable and reconfigurable space, according to future needs of the brand and of the contexts.
Fresh event technology ideas from Blue Telescope at New York City’s Museum of Mathematics.
Oracle Team USA may have made a historic comeback in the America’s Cup race last month, but it wasn’t the only impressive feat of engineering taking place in San Francisco Bay. Fans of the race could for the first time enjoy the event from America’s Cup Park, a fan festival located at Piers 27/29 along San Francisco’s Embarcadero, where an impressive collection of temporary structures and shipping containers became home to brand and civic experiences. Experiential agency Kubik led the effort for four of the on-site experiences, and gives us a behind-the-scenes photo tour of each.
UltraHaptics uses an array of 320 ultrasound speakers set behind a touchscreen to generate beams of high-frequency sound waves. The waves are linked to the software running the displayed content and interact to create hotspots that give different sensations as people move their hands.
This video/tech/art project was created by Switzerland ECAL/University of Art and Design media & interaction design student Benjamin Muzzin. Two video screens are mounted back to back and mechanically rotated, creating a three-dimensional, 360-degree animated sequence. Due to the persistence of vision, the shapes that appear on the screen turn into kinetic light sculptures.