Ray Ban created an app that lets users shoot photos and send them straight to its flagship store where a killer installation was setup, featuring a TV screen that would showcase your photo, and a camera that would shoot through an actual Ambermatic Lens, capture the image, and then post it back to you to share.
Zephyrhills Water, a division of Nestle Waters, in partnership with the Crystal Springs Foundation, approached Creative Arts Unlimited to produce a traveling learning lab to educate children on the Florida Aquifer and water conservation. Creative Arts designed an exhibit, built around a 53 foot freight container.
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 set-up of the Bulgari showroom in Milan Fashion week, design by French designer Fabien Iliou. The symmetrical display in front of a printed golden fabric back ground create a magic atmosphere. (Submitted via The Coalition by Isla Dubel)
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 new Burberry Runway Made to Order service offers custom-made outerwear and bags, with personalized engraved nameplates. On contact with a touch screen device each piece unlocks a unique video experience, charting its artisan production — including original sketches, runway edits, craftsmanship and personalization. In addition, customers can have their items enabled to trigger their content on large-scale mirrors that will turn instantly to screens at 121 Regent Street, the London flagship.
Take a look at this cool installation that Nexus Interactive Arts created for The Royal London Hospital, which allows kids to play interactive games on a huge television set prop!
Lorenc+Yoo Design received the “Most Creative Award” at Vanke’s 2012 Design Partners Appreciation Gala in Guangzhou, China. Jan Lorenc joined clients to receive the award for Lorenc+Yoo’s work on Vanke’s Opalus project.