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TEDx: 10,000 TEDxTalks!

tedx:

The TEDx program is not yet three years old, but we are already celebrating a major milestone: our 10,000th TEDxTalk. These talks come from over 2,600 independently organized events held in 115 different countries and 39 different languages. They have been viewed over 18 million times, with many…

Congratulations to TEDx! After speaking at the TEDx event in Berlin last year we are proud to be design partners of this years TEDx in Hamburg and Berlin. I guess there is still tickets for the upcoming event on the 21st of November in Berlin:

http://tedxberlin.de/tickets/

Have a look at the talk at TEDxBerlin 2010 or our

TWEETx installation at TEDXHamburg 2011

(Source: tedx)

Just coming back from an exciting week at ArchMoscow exhibition. A lot of great things happened in Russia. Here is the first video of our interactive installation.

More news, pictures and videos to come soon!

"The movie is showing the interactive installation of anOtherArchitect at ArchMoscow 2011 exhibition.

A kinect sensor was used in order to detect people sitting down on three different chairs. Once a visitor sits down LED moving heads are pointing at this person. A different color is assigned to each chair. In stand-by position the moving heads are lighting small exhibition tables.

idea and concept: anOtherArchitect : Daniel Dendra with Alessandro Colli and Andrea Rossi

realisation: Martin Professional, Daniel Dendra, Nicolai Suslov, Tatiana Soshenina

coding: Nicolai Suslov

used software: LightJockey, Krestianstvo SDK 2.0, Processing 

[RU] Посетитель экспозиции управляет освещением с помощью движения своего тела. 

В инсталляции используется сенсор для распознавания движения: Microsoft Kinect, DMX контроллер, программа управления прожекторами LightJockey, открытое программное обеспечение: Krestianstvo SDK 2.0, Processing. 

Инсталляция была представлена на выставке Арх Москва 2011. Зал 25 / Hall 25 (ANOTHERARCHITECT, Германия)

Реализация: Сошенина Татьяна, Суслов Николай”

Touch it, watch it, technologic.

As part of anOtherWorkshop at Strelka we installed an oversized human tape-deck at the famous Afisha Piknik Festival in Kolomonskoye park in Moscow.

We marked virtual areas at the grass in the park with tape deck symbols for fast forward and play. Colors that were within this areas were tracked and played depending on the color code a specific sound bit.

For tracking we used a regular web-cam which was hooked up with a processing script.

(c) anOtherArchitect : Daniel Dendra and Immanual Koh

thanks to all anOtherWorkshop participants

This movie by Tatiana Soshenina shows the set up and how people interacted with the installation. More images will be posted soon.

(Source: vimeo.com)

Imagine a world without cars and how it would transform our cities!
One of our projects: XXLandScape Museum starts with this vision and investigates how this simple fact would affect and change architecture and urban design.
Within the same line of thoughts a fantastic installation covered the whole of Champs-Elysee in Paris with green fields allowing only pedestrians to walk down the famous boulevard.
via landscapearchitecture:

Bricoleurbanism » Champs-Élysées goes green, literally

Imagine a world without cars and how it would transform our cities!

One of our projects: XXLandScape Museum starts with this vision and investigates how this simple fact would affect and change architecture and urban design.

Within the same line of thoughts a fantastic installation covered the whole of Champs-Elysee in Paris with green fields allowing only pedestrians to walk down the famous boulevard.

via landscapearchitecture:

Bricoleurbanism » Champs-Élysées goes green, literally

Interesting art installation working with the perception of spaces.
I am just wondering what the climate under the thin layer of water is. Maybe it could be an interesting concept for architectural projects if the water is cooling down the space efficiently.
Has anyone seen the installation?
via thedailywhat:

Art Project of the Day: Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich’s “Swimming Pool” installation at The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan, is composed of small layer of water above two water-encasing acrylic glass sheets spaced a foot apart, presenting the illusion of a full swimming pool.
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Interesting art installation working with the perception of spaces.

I am just wondering what the climate under the thin layer of water is. Maybe it could be an interesting concept for architectural projects if the water is cooling down the space efficiently.

Has anyone seen the installation?

via thedailywhat:

Art Project of the Day: Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich’s “Swimming Pool” installation at The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan, is composed of small layer of water above two water-encasing acrylic glass sheets spaced a foot apart, presenting the illusion of a full swimming pool.

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