Posts Tagged: ambient communications

smart building conference 2019: ambient communications

“Data-driven” architectural lighting and digital media? “Ambient communications” for architectural spaces? What does that all mean and how will it drive future concepts of lighting and A/V design? Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation at the #ise2019 Smart Building Conference exploring

smart building conference 2019: ambient communications

“Data-driven” architectural lighting and digital media? “Ambient communications” for architectural spaces? What does that all mean and how will it drive future concepts of lighting and A/V design? Thanks to everyone who attended my presentation at the #ise2019 Smart Building Conference exploring

wrap your spaces in social media

Make sure to check out my new post on LinkedIn:  Wrap Your Spaces in Social Media: 3 Ways to Use Social Media in Location Based Experiences. I introduce 3 examples to demonstrate how social media feeds can drive ambient communications in

wrap your spaces in social media

Make sure to check out my new post on LinkedIn:  Wrap Your Spaces in Social Media: 3 Ways to Use Social Media in Location Based Experiences. I introduce 3 examples to demonstrate how social media feeds can drive ambient communications in

social walls

 “Social walls” are an interesting new concept.  Content aggregator services pull together data streams from various social media sites like Instagram or Twitter, based on desired hashtags, geo-fencing, or other qualifiers.  These content streams can be displayed in a variety

social walls

 “Social walls” are an interesting new concept.  Content aggregator services pull together data streams from various social media sites like Instagram or Twitter, based on desired hashtags, geo-fencing, or other qualifiers.  These content streams can be displayed in a variety

sosolimited – tidal light

Boston-based interactive design firm Sosolimited recently installed a public art piece at the Charleston Navy Yard on the tip of Constitution Wharf. According to their press release: ● Custom software collects data in real time from National Oceanic andAtmospheric Administration

sosolimited – tidal light

Boston-based interactive design firm Sosolimited recently installed a public art piece at the Charleston Navy Yard on the tip of Constitution Wharf. According to their press release: ● Custom software collects data in real time from National Oceanic andAtmospheric Administration

skandal technologies: update

Skandal Technologies have updated their website with their new “Poet” system for controlling ambient information in architectural environments. The Poet system unifies sensors, online data harvesting, generative content engines, servers, lighting solutions, and content management into one solution. According to

skandal technologies: update

Skandal Technologies have updated their website with their new “Poet” system for controlling ambient information in architectural environments. The Poet system unifies sensors, online data harvesting, generative content engines, servers, lighting solutions, and content management into one solution. According to

skandal technologies

Lighting designer Tapio Rosenius and a few other founders have recently launched an interesting new startup called Skandal Technologies exploring the field of ambient architectural communication via embedded lighting. Not much is public yet, but according to Tapio’s LinkedIn page

skandal technologies

Lighting designer Tapio Rosenius and a few other founders have recently launched an interesting new startup called Skandal Technologies exploring the field of ambient architectural communication via embedded lighting. Not much is public yet, but according to Tapio’s LinkedIn page

blink: a language of love

Via Core77 (and thanks Joshua), a luminous “ambient information” concept called Blink consists of two glowing orbs that are touch- and motion-sensitive, color-changing, and equipped with 3G for seamless operation. The project was developed in this case for sick children

blink: a language of love

Via Core77 (and thanks Joshua), a luminous “ambient information” concept called Blink consists of two glowing orbs that are touch- and motion-sensitive, color-changing, and equipped with 3G for seamless operation. The project was developed in this case for sick children