This looks like so much fun! It could be so cool if the robot motion is controlled by real world events (stock prices, social media trends etc…).
As public ad space becomes limited companies look for innovative ways to display ads. This is a very contrived way that has plenty of limitations such as weather, time of day etc… But, it’s neat!
This is either the worst idea ever or the best idea ever. Adding an extra level of immersion is always a good idea but to what extent? How many gadgets does it take to strapped to a face to call it.
Tilt Brush lets you paint in 3D space with virtual reality. Unleash your creativity with three-dimensional brush strokes, stars, light, and even fire. Your room is your canvas. Your palette is your imagination. The possibilities are endless.
Mazda’s sponsorship of Rogers Cup allowed online visitors to create mosaics online: https://www.mazdaallinthedetails.com/en
Chosen designs were exhibited at the Rogers Cup event and granted free tickets to the creators.
Too bad the the mosaic display wasn’t automated. Would of been so much cooler!
This is a great collaboration of artists, designers, developers and musicians. It also helps to have some sponsor commissioned work by The Verge and HP. Check out the link below for individual installations.
The game looks great and I wonder how it would feel like on the HTC Vive where you can actually move away from the object.
Now this is something that I sure hope is going to remain fiction… TOO MUCH INFORMATION!
This code library is brought to you by Google and allows easy control of many real world “pixels”. These could be buttons, led lights etc. There are much older frameworks out there such as http://blinkenlights.net/ but this anypixel.js can be used by any web developer. The referenced hardware is also very easy to setup.