Long-time collaborator, Chairman Ting, put on digital graffiti art performances for international athletes and their team mates at the Salt Building inside the Athlete's Village.
The project was commissioned by VANOC, the organising committee behind the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games.
Music: Holy Fuck - "Frenchy's"
Fusing the latest interactive technology with street art, the Digital Graffiti Wall is ideal for corporate and opening events, music festivals, trade shows and brand promos. It's a unique, unifying activity that brings people together and generates a great atmosphere.
For brands, the Digital Graffiti Wall is a great way to connect with their target market experientialy. It's hi-tech, high impact and engaging - something that will be remembered, talked, blogged and tweeted about for months.
The Digital Graffiti Wall is fully customizable. Painting stencils, screen overlays and the digital graffiti cans can be branded to enhance client's on-site message. Live image capture and printing, email a friend as well as uploading to Facebook, Flickr and Twitter with hash tags are all possible too.
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Video shot at 'Drawn by Night'.
Visuals: Myron Campbell
Zygote Interactive Balls is a fun installation conceived to shift the focus of a show, from the stage to the audience.
It was created to empower the crowd and to make them an active part of the show.
Zygotes respond to motion through human touch, or they can be wirelessly controlled by a central computer to create a dynamic light show.
Zygotes can also send data back to the computer and this information can be used to trigger sounds or visuals - graphics or video.
This video shows Zygote Balls at the opening of Sensation White in Amsterdam at the Ajax stadium with 40,000 revelers.
Zygote will be on a global tour with Sensation for the rest of 2009 and 2010.
A very early iteration of the Digital Graffiti Wall, for the Richmond Winter Festival in 2007.
We invited graffiti artists, Jeff Kerevan and Chris Hold to test it.
This was just the test screen. The final one was double the size, but it could really be any size we wanted. We used a window as a screen and projected from the inside.
The Rogers Picnic is a touring music festival that stops off at major Canadian cities throughout the summer.
In Vancouver, Rogers street teams collected short audience video clips using the new Nokia N95 cell phone. They were then fed into our Photo Brand Mosaic application and shown on a huge videowall as City & Colour played the finale set.