1. This is a small animation i did as an exercise to experiment and explore all the graphical possibilities of representing the idea of the SPHERE, always thinking in searching Gestalt and form. Its all done in 3d, but i was more interested in the graphical interest, flatten the surfaces, and only two colors, why more.The most difficult was to achieve the transitions between the different type of representation of the sphere, the morphing and metamorphosing.

    For the description of the project, all these frames plus the frames from the scenes that weren't included, visit - behance.net/gallery/Spherikal/3565597

    It was all done in Cinema 4d R13, all with the Mograph module. Compositing and post in After Effects

    Sound : Brand X Music

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  2. 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.

    Digital Graffiti Wall: http://bit.ly/c4Tt7D


    Video shot at 'Drawn by Night'.
    Visuals: Myron Campbell

    # vimeo.com/7260240 Uploaded 84.4K Plays 26 Comments
  3. Winner of 2013 IxDA Interaction Award, NOVA is a personal climbing wall that challenges the design expression of exercise equipment.

    From a functional object, it transforms from workout tool to ambient lighting and sculpture, showing off the user's passion for their lifestyle through outstanding aesthetics. And clever integration of interactive projections creates an immersive training experience.

    NOVA is part of a series of "active furniture for your home" by FLUID.

    # vimeo.com/41071303 Uploaded 106K Plays 10 Comments
  4. When producer Denise Robert approached us in 2012 about collaborating on a project that would make hospital visits more pleasant for families and young patients, we couldn’t wait to get started. The installation in mind would be in a waiting room at “La maison de la vie,” or “house of life,” in Montreal’s CHU Ste-Justine Hospital. Although this would be one of the smaller projects we had worked on in a while, we knew it would have a big impact.

    Taking into account where the project would be installed, we wanted to use waiting time to create an opportunity for young people to engage in play. And because we value artistic expressions that offer a shared experience, we hoped to create an interactive installation that would translate to a fun but non-invasive experience for the whole room.

    From these inspirations, the musical wall was developed using a single projector and motion sensor technology. Children can interact with and ‘play’ the wall as a musical instrument. When they place their hands near the projected surface, motion sensors capture their movements, transforming their gestures into a musical scale of colourful lines, shapes, and notes. The wall makes a different tune with every touch, stimulating players’ imaginations through discovery and expression. Importantly for a public space, the resulting melodies are light and delicate, making the wall a pleasant experience for anyone nearby. The waiting room now has a more relaxing, playful, and overall a more comfortable atmosphere to pass the time. And of course, like the old adage says: ‘time flies when you’re having fun’.



    Lorsque la productrice Denise Robert nous a approché en 2012 pour collaborer sur un projet qui visait à rendre les visites à l’hôpital plus agréables pour les familles et les jeunes patients, nous étions impatients de commencer le travail. L’installation imaginée allait se retrouver dans la salle d’attente « La maison de la vie » du CHU Ste-Justine à Montréal. Bien que ce mandat était plus petit que certains de nos autres projets, nous savions qu'il aurait un impact majeur.

    Considérant le lieu de l'installation, nous souhaitions que le temps d’attente se transforme en une occasion de jeu pour les enfants. Puisque nous accordons de la valeur aux formes d’expression artistique qui offrent une expérience partagée, nous souhaitions concevoir un environnement interactif se traduisant en plaisir pour tous les gens dans la salle, sans les déranger.

    Partant de cette idée, nous avons réalisé un mur musical qui utilise un seul projecteur et des capteurs de mouvements pour que les enfants interagissent avec le mur et «jouent» sur celui-ci comme s’il s’agissait d’un instrument de musique. Lorsque les gens approchent leurs mains de la surface de projection, les capteurs détectent leurs mouvements et les reproduisent en sons, en lignes et en formes colorés sur une gamme musicale. Pour chaque mouvement effectué, le mur compose une mélodie différente qui contribue à stimuler l’imagination des «musiciens» par la découverte et l’expression. Afin que l'attraction demeure agréable pour tous, la trame sonore est douce et harmonieuse. La salle d’attente possède maintenant une atmosphère plus divertissante et relaxante, où l'on se sent bien, confirmant le célèbre adage qui dit que « le temps passe vite lorsqu’on s’amuse ».


    # vimeo.com/42198508 Uploaded 79.4K Plays 4 Comments
  5. studioroosegaarde.net - Lotus by Roosegaarde is a living wall made out of smart foils which fold open in response to human behavior. Walking by 'Lotus', hundreds of aluminium foils unfold themselves in an organic way; generating transparent voids between private and public.

    Here physical walls become immaterial, through a poetic morphing of space and people.

    Premiere exhibition at 'Le Cube' in Paris. Watch a full interview with Daan Roosegaarde about 'Lotus 7.0' at vimeo.com/15806852

    # vimeo.com/18002972 Uploaded 36.2K Plays 3 Comments

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