[CONCEPT] Presented last year at the Kobe Bienniale, Garden is an immersive installation found inside a shipping container. The artwork is made of 1100 triangular mirrors that bend and reflect light. As he steps in the container, the visitor is completely immersed in a life-size kaleidoscope.
[CONCEPT] Ninety Six got its name from the 96 plastic bags that compose the installation. Cooling fans placed behind each one of them inflate and deflate the bags on demand thanks to an Arduino board which can control every single bag independently.
Timo Arnall’s “Internet Machine” lets us discover the physical aspect of the Internet, the data center
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This three-screen video installation takes us inside one of the largest and most secure "fault tolerant" data centers in the world, owns by Spanish operator Telefónica and located in Alcalá, Spain. The movements of the camera slowly show us the infrastructure that is hiding behind the elusive "Cloud".
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Spanning 745 feet between buildings of downtown Vancouver, this monumental interactive sculpture was built for TED's 30th anniversary. At night, the net made of a fiber 15 times stronger than steel comes to live as projectors illuminate the structure. Visitors are then able to interact with the sculpture to transform it into a massive crowd-controlled artwork.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This interactive project transforms tennis table into a collaborative experiment. The music and the graphics projected on the table are controlled by the tempo and rhythm of the players.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] "Onion Skin" makes a clever use of projection and sound to modify our perception of volume and space. The installation consists in a video projected on two walls positioned in a right angle and of a 5.1 sound system.
[CONCEPT] Presented during the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven (Netherlands), this permanent installation is made of hundreds of crystals containing LEDs. No more cables or battery, the crystals light up when in contact with the floor.
“Universal Everything & You” at the Science Museum in London : a digital celebration of the human form
[CONCEPT] A new dimension unfold before our eyes when two flat screens placed back to back start rotating on its axis at full speed. The graphics displayed on the screen become tangible shapes visible at 360°.
[CONCEPT] This installation invites visitors to select a song on an iPad and to watch its visualization on the walls of the space. Painted with black and white lines, the five walls become a canvas for the digital mapping. More than a simple visualization, motion capture enables the visitor to interact with the animation.