This Installation is a really fun concept.
The man behind the machine Natural Interaction
Sony has unveiled what is billed as the world’s first flexible, full-color OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display.
Sometimes the most old school Tech makes for an awesome creation. I’m personally a big van of shiny / bright / lights and to combine a table where you can drink, lights that follow my movement and a cat… I’m sold.
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“Samsung gives famous historic Dutch building a new dimension with 3D Projection
On Thursday the 20th of May 2010, Samsung was the first to introduce a large-scale commercial 3D-Outdoor projection in the Netherlands, at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam. The public was able to view the addition of a new dimension to this historic building. On the adjacent square, visitors are able to try out the new Samsung 3D LED TVs, and are offered a chance to win one of their own every night. Foursquare, YouTube and Dutch Startup Feest.je are part of the integrated campaign.
Agencies: Starcom & MUSE Amsterdam”
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Done by Marek Bereza
“OSC over wi-fi controlling my Diffused Illumination Multi Touch Table running a .swf with FLOSC in the background.” – Seeper
So I have become a bit of a fan for this London-based studio. Another awesome projection installation by Seeper
Interactive projection mapping for Nokia Ovi Maps Activation in Covent Garden, London, April 2010.
Produced in one week using Afx and OFWs. The installation features custom optical flow, face tracking and some crazy complex arrow chess!