Posts Tagged: interactive architecture

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interactive environments minor at TU/Delft

The Industrial Design department at TU/Delft now has an entire minor dedicated to Interactive Environments.  Although relatively new, the program has promise – check out the Veroni installation as an example.

tudelft-voronoiinstallation

interactive environments minor at TU/Delft

The Industrial Design department at TU/Delft now has an entire minor dedicated to Interactive Environments.  Although relatively new, the program has promise – check out the Veroni installation as an example.

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nexmosphere

Nexmosphere is an Eindhoven-based startup/spinoff that is developing a technology platform for interactive experiences in “bricks’n’morter” retail environments. To quote their site: Nexmosphere develops products that enable a rich and intuitive shopping experience that will change the way we shop.

nexmosphere

nexmosphere

Nexmosphere is an Eindhoven-based startup/spinoff that is developing a technology platform for interactive experiences in “bricks’n’morter” retail environments. To quote their site: Nexmosphere develops products that enable a rich and intuitive shopping experience that will change the way we shop.

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motion activated media wall

Via Designboom.com, giant motion-activated media reacts to passersby in Washington DC office building.  Project by ESI Design; see the original PR release here. Inside Terrell Place — an office building and civil rights landmark in downtown washington DC — ESI design

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motion activated media wall

Via Designboom.com, giant motion-activated media reacts to passersby in Washington DC office building.  Project by ESI Design; see the original PR release here. Inside Terrell Place — an office building and civil rights landmark in downtown washington DC — ESI design

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philips luminous patterns: first videos

For the past three years I’ve been leading the development of Philips Luminous Patterns.  I will be publishing more posts on Luminous Patterns in the future, but as a teaser, here are our first marketing videos:

Philips Luminous Patterns - Round Sparkle - 02

philips luminous patterns: first videos

For the past three years I’ve been leading the development of Philips Luminous Patterns.  I will be publishing more posts on Luminous Patterns in the future, but as a teaser, here are our first marketing videos:

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philips + lighting design collective launch “generative content” control system

Philips Design, Philips Large Luminous Surfaces, and Madrid-based Lighting Design Collective have teamed up to create two different “generative content” functions for the Philips Luminous Textiles product line. Wind Wall Here the platform uses algorithms driven by external triggers such as wind

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philips + lighting design collective launch “generative content” control system

Philips Design, Philips Large Luminous Surfaces, and Madrid-based Lighting Design Collective have teamed up to create two different “generative content” functions for the Philips Luminous Textiles product line. Wind Wall Here the platform uses algorithms driven by external triggers such as wind

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hive systems

Hive Systems is an interesting Dutch startup that is building software for simulating and controlling networks of interactive devices.  I met their team after I presented at the GlowNext Symposium in Eindhoven (November 2013).  Quoting their site: HiveKit is a

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hive systems

Hive Systems is an interesting Dutch startup that is building software for simulating and controlling networks of interactive devices.  I met their team after I presented at the GlowNext Symposium in Eindhoven (November 2013).  Quoting their site: HiveKit is a

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room-e

Via a survey article from Gizmodo, here is a very interesting demo from the design firm Frog, showcasing some interesting UX simplifications that result from networking all the sensing (3D stereo vision cameras, microphones, etc.), displays (including ambient projections), devices

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room-e

Via a survey article from Gizmodo, here is a very interesting demo from the design firm Frog, showcasing some interesting UX simplifications that result from networking all the sensing (3D stereo vision cameras, microphones, etc.), displays (including ambient projections), devices