Great stunt which isn’t very sensitive to the smokers. I wonder if it’s also triggered by vapors from e-cigs?
Good tie-in of in-house experiential with the big impressions of out door media.
As a technical feat this is incredible! Being able to track and map these deforming surfaces in real time isn’t a small task. The kinect-like array used for the tracking are massive and would require a controlled environment to be in.
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.
In 2013 a similar version of the kiosk was installed at the Dallas airport. A college student was able to rescue a fellow student who was struck by lighting, days after learning how to perform no hands CPR using the airport kiosk. A new spin on the kiosk makes it more entertaining/effective. The new kiosks will roll out to 3 additional airports around the US. Kiosks can save lives.
This is one is an oldie but a goodie! Simple execution that would probably never be allowed in North America due to all kinds of liabilities…
Check out this real-time smoke and particle effect that we did for Shaw’s new show! We are using Open Frameworks to draw it to the video wall. The lower right creative is also driven by Open Frameworks and is on a schedule which corresponds to the launch date and times of the show.
We’ve seen cars, buildings, faces and so many other surfaces mapped with clever creative. This one takes the cake!