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What a wonderful idea. We like it !
Adidas France is raising the bar in 3D light projections on buildings.
Shopper Tracker’s Kinect Hack Is Like Google Analytics For Retail Store Shelves
Brick and mortar store owners can now get access to the same kind of analytics available to website admins. Shopper Tracker is a new product from Argentinian developer Agile Route built off of Microsoft Kinect. It analyzes customer movements to provide traffic flow analysis and heat maps indicating which shelves are attracting shoppers and which products they touch or take
Full Story: TechCrunch
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:
COPENHAGEN LECTURE - SAXO BANK invited by Martin Professional
At a recent lecture about the potential of interactive and dynamic lighting in cities I was showing also the example above. Doing some more research on the topic I found this interesting interview with Golan Levin and Zach Lieberman (creator of night lights).
The Art of Coding, The Coding of Art is definitely an interesting read …
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”
This could be an interesting idea how to fund park benches or other urban furniture. Unfortunately it only works in Summer or hot climates.
“New Zealand retailer Superette have come up with a pretty ballsy idea for spreading Superette’s brand name. They’ve attached plates indented with the phrase “Short Shorts On Sale Superette” on park benches and bus stops, turning bare legged ladies (or men with wicked short shorts) into walking billboards.”
The creative advertisement company behind the idea is DDB who also initiated the fun theory for VW (see below). The fun theory is creating interactive interfaces within every day life urban objects and trying to behave people in a more sustainable way.
HAVE FUN WATCHING THE VIRALS …
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"Cool online tool for creating interactive timelines."
I am curious if anyone else is working with Krestianstvo?
Here is a video from the recent event, which was held in the “Museum of Science” (Russia, Vologda), where the Multi-touch table based on Krestianstvo SDK was shown. The table is controlled directly by Krestianstvo virtual space and it’s objects shared on the Croquet island. So, several such tables could be organized into p2p network and become a really interactive classroom, programmable just in Smalltalk. For recognizing reacTIVision fiducial markers and TUIO protocol are used (based on Simon Holland TUIO for Squeak work). For music synthesising SuperCollider through OSC is connected, using the idea from SCIMP (SuperCollider Server client for Impromptu) and realized in Smalltalk.