This stunning indoor art exhibit is achieved by combining 100 projectors. Needless to say that blending and mapping all the images is a work of art on it’s own.
Driving dynamic data on digital signage is a common practice. This is a great example of compelling and relevant content.
There isn’t a ton of data available on this project which executed by ESI Design. On the surface the details are simple. LED video walls with beautiful creative respond to motion of people walking through the lobby.
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!
Not everything is better in 3D but this example shows what happens to a beautiful city when it gets scanned in 3D.
This VERY expensive installation is remarkable. The addressable LEDs are pre-configured into patters that can be controlled from visitors mobile phones.
Coke recently built an extension to their Share a Coke campaign – when audience’s tweet #cokemyname an interactive billboard in Times Square will display their name and a string of interesting fun facts about that persons name for up to a few a minutes. A webcam has also been installed to take pictures of the billboard to send replies back to certain users.
Additionally a microsite has also been built to give audiences at home remote access to the fun. Take a look at the microsite Share A Coke Microsite
Ad week has more here: Send a Tweet to Coke’s Digital Billboard, and It’ll Tell You Fun Facts About Your Name
Twitter, Ocean Outdoor and TopShop joined forces to create an amazing example of “smart” technology during London’s Fashion week.
TopShop wanted to make Londons Fashion Week’s #TopTrends accessible to everyone in real time. To do this, they found digital outdoor billboards that were no more than 10 minutes away from TopShop Stores and live-tweeted the latest looks, styles and trends on Twitter.
As word spread, the aggregated data from Twitter was used to display TopShop’s #TopTrend’s on the billboards nearby store locations.
Not only did the billboard pull in real-time #TopTrends, but the billboards were programmed individually to take into account their location, weather and time-data to increase relevancy to consumers. For example, if it was raining in Dublin at night, it would pull in a #TopTrend look suitable for that situation.
Here’s another case-study video: #TopTrends Case Study