Check out this simple yet effective campaign for the new Samsung S8. It’s a great way to showcase the device and highlight some of the treasured views that the country has to offer.
This is a cute idea that has a robot drawing tweets on the chalkboard. With that said it makes very little sense to wait for the robot to complete it’s masterpiece. Imagine if there are even 3 people in the cue and it takes 5 minutes to complete each drawing. Great idea but not practical.
What a great hack to bring AI in an unexpected way.
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.
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…).
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 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.