Making mixed reality: Behind the scenes of the “Viacom: Past, Present & Future” installation
"History of Viacom" is a superb case study for creating effective mixed reality experiences. As users explore an interactive timeline of Viacom's history, they uncover… Read more
Traveling without moving: Porta Estel·lar (Star Gate)
Projection mapped experiences hit a saturation point a few years ago, and it’s been a while since we’ve seen something that stopped us in our… Read more
airFIELD Sculpture by Dan Goods
airFIELD is a mesmerizingly beautiful example of “physical animation” — animation that takes place in physical space, free from the pixel-based surfaces that traditionally act as motion design media.… Read more
Game of Thrones: Sword Experience
The wizards at Red Paper Heart just returned from San Diego Comic-Con, arguably the largest orgy of geek culture in the world, where eager fans… Read more
Design I/O: Connected Worlds
Online, it’s hard to get a sense of the visceral impact that large-scale interactive works can have on users. You lose the immersion factor, and… Read more
Interactive experiences at the human scale: Making CenterStage with Andrew Bell and Lutz Vogel
It’s rare that a single project can sum up the possibilities for the convergence of motion design and interactive experiences the way that CenterStage does. Created… Read more
Universal Everything celebrates 10 years
Universal Everything looks back on a decade of work.
WHITEvoid: FLUIDIC – Sculpture in Motion
Between April 9 and 14, 2013 the art installation FLUIDIC – Sculpture In Motion is being displayed in the Temporary Museum for New Design in… Read more
Firewall: An Interactive Fabric Surface
Firewall is a new interactive artwork by New York media artist Aaron Sherwood created in collaboration with Michael Allison.
Sosolimited: Patterned by Nature
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences commissioned Sosolimited, Plebian Design, and Hypersonic Design & Engineering to create Patterned by Nature, a 10 ft. wide… Read more
Rear Window Timelapse
Jeff Desom pieces together a killer looping installation of the Hitchcock masterpiece, Rear Window. Check out a timelapse of the composite.
Electric Projected Reboot Kickstarter
The awesome Electric Projected needs our support for the reboot. Check out their kickstarter page and donate what you can to keep an amazing passion… Read more
Johan Rijpma: Tape Generations
Johan Rijpma’s “Tape Generations,” an installation/video art project starring, you guessed it, tape. Via Antena.
Bran Dougherty-Johnson : Happiness
Bran Dougherty-Johnson’s piece entitled “Happiness” for the NY projected art installation project Electric Projected. The piece was based on Erik Otto’s artwork. Sound by Antfood.
Memo Atken: Simple Harmonic Motion
Nice article on Memo Atken’s Simple Harmonic Motion at Creative Applications.
The response to the full line-up of Happy F5 has been phenomenal. You – the creative community – are so psyched to just get… Read more
Jim Campbell “Scattered Light”
Jim Campbell‘s luminous public art exhibit is up through February in NYC. For those who can’t visit, Switched has a nice interview and video documentation.… Read more
Tronic relaunches with dedicated portfolio areas for experiential design and new media.
Projection Art from DAf
Some beautiful projection-based work for UC2010 from DAf and the behind-the-scenes
Anthony Dickenson for Miike Snow
Pulse Films’ Anthony Dickenson jumps on the projection bandwagon for Miike Snow’s “Animal.” See also Puma “Lift”, Exercise Everything and Till Nowak.
Apparti Effimeri: Tetragram for Enlargment
Tetragram for Enlargment is one of the better projection-based architectural installations I’ve seen. (Thanks, Matthew Askinazi!)
Civilization by Marco Brambilla (featuring Crush)
Imagine stepping into an elevator and looking through a viewport that reveals your ascension to heaven or—if you’re on your way to the street—your descent… Read more
Robert Seidel: Vellum
“Vellum,” Robert Seidel’s large scale video installation for the COMO/Nabi Art Center in Seoul