1. The masterful event planners at UrbanDaddy asked us to create projections for their end-of-year bash. It was to be held at an old bank in the financial district that had never been used for an event before... Certainly not one with fire breathers, acrobats, a top hat room, trumpeters and an old wizard with a mop. We were tasked with projections that would play off this delightful mayhem. The catch was that we needed to concept, design, code, and animate everything in only 10 days.

    Not knowing what the acts would be or where they would happen, we created a backdrop for whatever was going to unfold. We designed a fanciful clock using the masonic details and wood textures from the space itself. The clock itself had 3 main stages, each representing the mood of the party from the quiet party beginnings, to the ramp up, and ending with the wildness of the wee hours.

    After the reveal of the clock, it would chime every hour and a new act would stream out of the doorway within it. Each act would ratchet the clock and build anticipation for what came next. At midnight, the clock burst into a finale of light and gold as a giant king on stilts, gold-dust-throwing maids and back-flipping dancers spilled out into the party.

    Needless to say, it was a hell of a night.

    CREDITS

    Projection Content:

    Code
    Daniel Scheibel
    Charlie Whitney

    Art + Animation
    Zander Brimijoin
    Philip Sierzega

    Audio
    James Laudicina
    Krissy Weisman

    Event by
    Urbandaddy

    Music used in showreel:
    "Malaria Codes"
    Octopus Project

    Some process shots of our prototypes, as we wrote our own custom mapping and blending software.

    flickr.com/photos/redpaperheart/sets/72157628703571449/

    redpaperheart.com/work/goldenclock

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  2. Urbandaddy asked us to create an installation for the E2NY Music and Arts festival this summer. We proposed a head to head bike race inspired by Goldsprints, but with more of a design focus. We mapped forests, foxbears and orbs to the speed of the bikes, giving the riders a sense of their speed. Riders face off against friends, enemies and strangers to see who can ride the farthest in 60 seconds. The faster the cyclist, the more environments and creatures they unlock. A lucky few even made it into space, and one guy puked.

    redpaperheart.com/work/cyclingclassic

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  3. For Coca-Cola’s 125th Anniversary Exhibition's Future Room concept, Antilop transformed santralistanbul's Galeri 1 into an immersive environment by creating 90 square meter of 270-degree projection system.

    Client:Coca Cola
    Agency: Boogy
    Location: santralistanbul
    Date: 07.12.2011
    Duration: 4'30''

    Creative Directors : Refik Anadol / Maurizio Braggiotti / Efe Mert Kaya /
    Art Direction/Visual Artist : Can Büyükberber
    Production Director : Serkan Arslan
    Producer : Efsun Erkılıç
    Sound Design: Kerim Karaoğlu

    Technical Company: Visions

    # vimeo.com/36321631 Uploaded 226K Plays 49 Comments
  4. A field of lines is illuminated by interactive graphics. Made in collaboration by Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza.

    cuppetellimendoza.com

    Music: Sun Light by Portable Sunsets
    flatflat.org/ps/

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  5. Starfield is an installation where a swing is used to create a large interactive starry sky.

    With a Kinect installed behind the swing and a video projector, the software creates a galaxy of stars in which the user wanders with the rhythm of his swing.

    Created with openFrameworks, the application allows to configure almost any type of swing.

    With anaglyph glasses, a 3D mode gives an even more immerse experience.

    Music :
    Chapelier Fou - Postlude
    chapelierfou.com/

    An installation by lab212 - lab212.org

    # vimeo.com/36892768 Uploaded 164K Plays 50 Comments

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