Commissioned by the brand Ford, The Principals designed an interactive installation during the annual event of the Sight Unseen OFFSITE : a sanctuary that lights up when the viewer touches the walls. Finger pulse monitors feel the heartbeats of the participants and allow the animation of this architecture’s interior.
Based in Tokyo, architecture studio Nonscale imagined the “Sky Pavilion” in the Museum Gardens : a park near the V&A Museum of Childhood located in Bethnal Green. They had to think about an installation that shows the influence of the sky on our architectural structures’ perception. They’ve won the annual price of the Triumph Pavilion competition.
Dezeen has recently unveiled “Beep”, a clever interactive device developed by Gadi Amit studio. This little silver or bronze module broadcast music or radio from Internet when connected to house’s speakers. Its tactile dial function enable the user to stop music just by touching it. To discover in images and video.
London-based graphic studio Factory Fifteen presented his new project named “Cocoon”. This one proposes to the viewer to be in the center of this 360 degrees immersive video, that materializes moving or destroying architectural spaces. Visitor is immediately caught up in the game and immersed.
After his fur interactive installation, the artist Daniel Rozin comes back, a week later, with a new kinetic experience to live at the Bitforms gallery, in New York, for the exhibition “Modification”. Still playing on the reflections, “The Penguins Mirror” features 450 motorized penguins that turn according to the movements of the viewer.
“Soli” is the name of the new visionary project of Google. It stretches the limits of new technologies and connected objects through a sensitive captor reacting to hand movements. User can, for example, change the hour of his watch or put up and down the volume of his musique, without touching his objects.
Artist Daniel Rozin imagined the interactive installation “PomPom Mirror”, exhibited until 1st July at the Bitforms gallery, located in New York. This circular sculpture, hung to the wall, presents 928 pieces of faux black and beige fur that move thanks to 464 motion captors, in order to give the impression to stand in front of a mirror.
Through this ingenious project, London-based creative illustrator Carl Storey wanted to give even more interactivity to Instagram. So, Artbeats involve to use the “Like” of the social platform to complete illustrations usually featuring a heart like Care Bears or legendary I ❤ NY’ logo.
The song “Golden Touch” interpreted by Japanese pop star Namie Amuro has recently been revealed through a colorful interactive video. Directed by Masashi Kawamura, this creative music video features a simulated interactive button that let the viewer experience different kind of touches.
The Tempescope is a project by Ken Kawamoto : a translucent box connected to Internet and which downloads informations daily about the upcoming weather in order to mimic the clouds, the rain, the light and sun. This object is already available in an early version to build yourself but it will be improved for a customer version by the end of this year.