Breaking the Surface - interactive ocean. - Designed for the 10 year anniversary of Lundin Norway. Four design companies collaborated to create a reactive space that demonstrates the relationship between underwater geological features and the surface of the ocean. They used over 500 acrylic pipes that moved though holes between two floors. Visitors on the bottom floor can move the installation, which reacts to their presence, creating ‘waves’ that appear to viewers on the floor above.
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Magic of Flying
British Airways - “Magic of Flying” - This award-winning interactive billboard for British Airways receives the transponder data of overhead flights and uses it to guide prerecorded video images of children that seem to point at the passing airplanes while call out their destinations.Read More
Spacemaker VR - Los Angeles company Digital Physical has developed a 3D render application that quickly and easily renders files from programs like 3D Studio Max into 3D VR environments that can be explored with popular gaming VR devices like Oculus Rift. The application comes with a 3ds Max plugin, can render over 22 3D filetypes and is designed to be simple and portable so that clients and designers can easily view models on a laptop or at home.
DSTRUX - iOS files that self destruct. - Anyone who has sent or posted a file or image that they later wished they did not (a long list to be sure) should take heart that they can now have increased control of what happens to their file after it’s sent. DSTRUX is an iOS app that not only lets you know who is sharing your files, but allows you to make them delete themselves if things get out of hand.