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Access – Marie Sester

August 19, 2005 |

While this project explores the wider ideas of surveillence what most interests me and what i want to get my hands on, are the acoustic beam audio projectors.


Access is a public art installation that applies web and … Read More

Listening Post – Mark Hansen and Ben Rubin

August 11, 2005 | | One Comment


Listening Post won the Golden Nica at the 2004 Ars Electronica Festival in the category of Interactive Art; other winners included Creative Commons and the Wikipedia

Listening Post is an art installation that culls text fragments in real time … Read More

Vital Signs nArchitects

July 24, 2005 | | One Comment


In collaboration with: Batwin+Robin, Sawad Brooks/OPENWORK, Paul Yarin/BLACKDUST). Vital Signs is an interactive installation designed to disseminate breaking news about science to visitors in the museum. A continuous and permeable moebius strip of LEDs … Read More

NOX Son-O-House

July 19, 2005 | | 3 Comments

One of my favourite Architects at the moment here’s Son-O-House by NOX

Located in a a large industrial park the Son-O-House is a public pavilion where visitors can sit around, eat their lunch and have meetings, surrounded by IT related … Read More

Interactive Bubble Wall

June 23, 2005 |

Video of Installation

The multi-user installation ‘bubbles’ enables participants to interact with the realtime simulation of floating bubbles. By entering the light beam of the data projector, the participant casts a shadow onto the projection screen. the screen area is … Read More


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