How does a German online shoe store grab some attention in the real world? Well, a virtual shoe fitting installation makes sense right? Yep, here it is, the Virtual Shoe Fitting Store from Goertz, an augmented reality, Microsoft Kinect-powered installation that is plugged into a giant screen, then rolled out as virtual shoe stores…
The custom physical/digital install experts at Breakfast have created an awesome interactive billboard for the new TNT show “Perception.”
Located in Manhattan’s Herald Square at 885 6th Ave and 32nd Street, the 23×12 foot display is made up of 44,000 electromagnetic spinning dots which each flip from black to white creating an incredibly unique moving image that you can actually hear.
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.
We’re getting excited to see the pavilions designers have cooked up for the 2012 Olympics in London! Here’s a peek at an incredible install debuting in the Olympic Park this Friday: The Coca-Cola Beatbox. The interactive light show housed within the Beatbox is controlled via kiosks embedded in the structure itself, which react to the [...]
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 [...]
Getting excited for the 2012 Olympics? Well, be sure to check out London’s Millennium Bridge, which has been fitted with an incredible 3D sound system.
On the 16th of June 2012, the V Motion Project performed a music track created entirely with the movement of the human body. Two hacked Microsoft Kinects and custom motion tracking software generated the sounds and visuals, created in real-time from the performer’s movements.
The Cooper-Hewitt National Deisgn Museum has brought The Corning Museum of Glass’ GlassLab mobile experience to Governor’s Island, where New York-based designers will bring their sketchbooks and concepts and work side-by-side with master glassmakers in a unique mobile hotshop developed by Corning.