Alex Solis is like a magician who gives life to the characters he draws by creating interactions with real items or using his own hand. For this series he named “Inkteraction”, the artist fights and tease with a quick temper boy.
From April 14 to 19th 2015, Philippe Malouin“>Philippe Malouin has installed a set of swings inside Palazzo Serbelloni hall in Milano. The designer has created such an interactive installation in order to present different varieties of Caesar stones. Visitors could then play with swings while test out and observe the different materials.
After Floating Flower Garden, here’s “Harmony”, the new digital and interactive of Japanese studio teamLab for the Japan Pavilion Expo Milano 2015. They have reproduced a space where rice fields are projected in mapping on flat white platforms that are high on our knees. The projections move according to the movement and walk of the visitor.
Besides the installation Light in Water, the exhibition “The Play of Brilliants” presents many more monumental artworks. On the theme of light, artists and designers such as WHITEvoid, Haberdashery, Soo Sunny Park and Flynn Talbot have imagined impressive sculptures. A sensorial and interactive experience composed of 11 installations and available until 31st of May, at the Eléphant Paname (Paris).
Unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show 2015, the augmented vision eyewear concept by MINI provides improved comfort and safety, using see-through technology and a head-up display. The prototype was created with the help of Designworks and developed in collaboration with several companies of Qualcomm. This augmented reality helmet shows the relevant information in the direct vision’s field of the driver just above the steering wheel without hiding the road and other vehicles.
Long Story Short is a series of portraits produced by Live Orange TV, the web-TV of the group Orange, which gathers mini-documentaries on digital creators. Here’s in exclusivity, on Fubiz, a video devoted to Jonathan Dagan (aka JVIEWZ) : a New-Yorker music producer that redefines the collaborative music thanks to new technologies and the Internet.
Aakash Nihalani is an American artist specializing in installations. His work allows the public to interact with them by letting visitors to live their own experience of art. Here is a collection of geometric shapes, called “Projections”. It consists of interactive paintings on a white wall using a software movement to enable the visitor to move the art in his own way.
Here is an audiovisual installation by artist Joanie Lemercier. Baptized “Blueprint“, the work is formed from a central monolithic tower that is flanked by two large screens and activated by light projection and sound. Together, these tell a story of the cosmos and architecture, climaxing in an anamorphosis. Discover the video later in the article.
After their project Pixel, French creatives Adrien M / Claire B Company have imagined the “kinetic sand” : an interactive table that responds by touch with sand particles which follow the movement of the contact. This table can accept up to 32 simultaneous contacts and it will be exhibited at the Palais de la découverte in Paris, in June.
Insula Orchestra joins visual creative agency SUPERBIEN to make an abstract, dreamlike video work entitled Orpheo’s Mind on an excerpt from Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice, the aria “Che puro Heaven.” The cloud hanging in the center of this audiovisual poem embodies spiritual enlightenment and ascension of the spirit.
From March 20th to 29th was held one of the greatest artistic and technological events in Europe, the STRP Biennale in Eindhoven. For nearly 10 days, four major industrial halls hosted monumental installations and spectacular performances. Find out in the article, some of the works present at this biennial concentrated on the omnipresence of screens.
Created by the design studio based in Madrid Espadaysantacruz, Kinetics Light is an interactive light installation where the behavior of light is controlled by a simulator physics. Composed of 78 tungsten bulbs, the installation includes a piezoelectric transducer located in the first bulb. The sensor collects the strength of tap and generates light of particle moving along the loop.
On the occasion of Art Basel in Hong Kong, a light show inspired by arcade games is projected on the highest skyscraper of the city. Entitled “Same Old, Brand New”, this project by artist Cao Fei will be broadcast five times a night over the five days of the art exhibition. The projected visuals include the classic Pac-Man and Tetris.