For the Walker Art Center LUST and LUSTlab developed a brand new version of Posterwall, with multiple connected Kinects that track visitor movements.

Posterwall was originally developed for the Graphic Design Museum in Breda in 2008, as a part of the museum’s permanent installation '100 Years of Graphic Design in the Netherlands'.

In the museum 600 unique posters are automatically generated daily using content gathered from various internet sources. Online, one new poster is generated every five minutes. New posters are automatically generated when physical events occur in the space: for example, when visitors enter the space, when visitors view the touchtables, and when visitors approach the wall itself.

Live-versions of the posterwall have been shown at the 2010-2011 Triennial of Design at the Cooper Hewitt in New York, at the Wide White Space exhibition in Wattis, San Francisco and Public Design Expo in Seoul. This 2.0 version of the Posterwall offered new possibilities, like Tweets, QR-codes, and social sharing.

The latest version of Posterwall is currently up at the Walker Art in Minneapolis and travels in Januari 2012 to the Cooper Hewitt in New York before travelling all over the States.

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