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The apps have the same whimsical spirit and charming animation style for which Zanotto is known.
12,000 translucent moving spheres float above a pool of water. At the same time eight high-speed laser projectors send beams into the point cloud creating patterns that can also respond to the positions and posture of visitors in the space.
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Firewall is a new interactive artwork by New York media artist Aaron Sherwood created in collaboration with Michael Allison.
The Macula, a Prague-based studio, uses projection mapping to turn the Olomouc Baroque Chapel into a giant musical instrument. Visitors use laser pointers to activate music and animation. The installation even includes a programmable drum machine. Very cool!
Nexus Interactive Arts has worked with Quayola and Memo Akten on Forms for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad, which is part of the larger countdown to the Olympics. The piece uses archival footage of athletes from the National Media Museum as a seed for a series of abstract animations. An on-site installation also allows visitors to explore the individual layers that comprise each segment.
As a fun compare and contrast, here’s how Lobo approached a similar brief in a past project for Panasonic (thanks Higa):