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Research Articles


May 13, 2005 |

Tom Barker, an RCA graduate, runs b consultants ltd, an architectural consultancy responsible for the invention of an amazing multi media display system called SMARTSLABâ„¢. While working with Zaha Hadid on the Mind Zone at the Millennium Dome, Tom … Read More

ICE , Bloomberg Headquarters, Toshio Iwai

May 12, 2005 | | One Comment

Klein Dytham Architects and Toshio Iwai developed the ICE (Interactive Communicative Experience) for the Bloomberg Headquarters in Tokyo.

A 5 x 3.5m interactive wall suspended from a ceiling running FTSE and NASDAQ data flow accross it like ticker tape. When … Read More

Sky Ear, Usman Haque

May 6, 2005 | | 2 Comments

Sky Ear is a collection of hundreds of helium filled balloons with mobile phone technology, electromagnetic sensors and colored lights that are activated by the sensors. by calling the phones attached to the balloons the electromagnetic fields created activate the … Read More

Not so White Walls

May 6, 2005 |

Quite a bit of this going on at the moment. Hypersurface or interactive screen like surfaces. Check out the Dario Buzzini’s website at interaction-ivrea for his personal interest in taking these ideas of interactive surfaces on.

The surface of … Read More

Systems of Exchange, Stephen Perrella, Hypersurfaces

May 3, 2005 | | 2 Comments

Stephen Perrella’s hypersurface is a realitively new theory of liquid-embodied architecture to displace the nostalgia and re-realization being carried into the spatial conceptions of new-media technology. He doesn’t believe we should think of cyberspace with conventional assumptions but accept we … Read More

Reciprocal Space

April 29, 2005 | | 2 Comments

Preformed, Experienced and felt by Both Sides      My Submerge “Innovation Award” Winning Project, ‘Reciprocal Space’, a physical space that responds to the actions of it’s inhabitants creating Bio-Feedback Loops in real-time forcing the inhabitants to respond and reassess their preconceived … Read More