NeoPrezo is a new tool that allows designers to present their concepts to clients in 3D in an easy-to-use manner.
This projection mapping performance produced by Bot & Dolly illustrates how quickly the technology is advancing, as well as what’s possible when creative minds push that tech to the limit. This video captures projection mapping on moving surfaces controlled by a robotic arm, and was captured live on camera so there is no after-effects funny business going on here.
Experiential marketing agency Switch: Liberate Your Brand recently announced the promotion of Scott Burns to its new executive creative director position. We sat down with him to talk about the challenges the industry is facing and how Switch is poised to handle what’s ahead.
Louis Vuitton’s newest pop-up retail experience in Paris focuses on the brand’s luggage and travel products, and the design takes cues from the globe-trotting lifestyle. The store will even host themed classes such as “The Art of Packing.”
This organization’s effort to turn vacant storefronts in the Lower East Side of NYC into pop-up multi-use spaces for businesses and designers is intriguing.
Made In The Lower East Side is looking for funding for The miLES Storefront Transformer, a versatile set of furnishing and amenities to program any storefront. It’s essentially a six-foot cube that can be easily transported and subdivided to roll through any storefront door. When unfolded, the Transformer provides functional elements such as shelving, partitions, tables, seats, stage, as well as infrastructure such as lighting, WIFI, power strips, speakers, projectors, and PA system so you have all the basic ingredients to create your own pop-up.
Images from a museum project focused on Italian newspaper La Stampa.