Posts Tagged: interactive controls

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 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.

tangible interactions

Tangible Interactions is a Vancouver-based studio that creates interactive installations for a variety of events, art pieces and corporate branding.  Check out their site – lots of cool projects.

tangible interactions

Tangible Interactions is a Vancouver-based studio that creates interactive installations for a variety of events, art pieces and corporate branding.  Check out their site – lots of cool projects.

naked approach

Naked Approach is a Finnish research consortium that is focused on exploring a “Nordic perspective to gadget‐free hyperconnected environments.” To quote their site: In our vision, the digital surroundings will form an “omnipotential” environment around the user, providing all the

naked approach

Naked Approach is a Finnish research consortium that is focused on exploring a “Nordic perspective to gadget‐free hyperconnected environments.” To quote their site: In our vision, the digital surroundings will form an “omnipotential” environment around the user, providing all the

layers of eye candy

Check out my posting “Layers of Eye Candy” on Philips Lighting’s Future of Light blog where I explore using layers of embedded lighting in retail applications.

layers of eye candy

Check out my posting “Layers of Eye Candy” on Philips Lighting’s Future of Light blog where I explore using layers of embedded lighting in retail applications.

responsive emotional control of lighting

With the advancement of camera vision systems, digitally controlled light fixtures and IP-networked controls, architectural lighting systems are poised for tremendous application innovations. One example is as such:  In a conference room, a stereo vision system tracks the number of

responsive emotional control of lighting

With the advancement of camera vision systems, digitally controlled light fixtures and IP-networked controls, architectural lighting systems are poised for tremendous application innovations. One example is as such:  In a conference room, a stereo vision system tracks the number of

grundig connected home – IFA 2016

Via Designboom: Interesting product concept by Grundig showing projected controls for kitchen appliances.  I assume they are using a camera vision system as the control detection interface, with the camera and projector built into the vent hood above.

grundig connected home – IFA 2016

Via Designboom: Interesting product concept by Grundig showing projected controls for kitchen appliances.  I assume they are using a camera vision system as the control detection interface, with the camera and projector built into the vent hood above.

active objects, surfaces, and zones

I just added a new permanent page detailing my thesis project which explored interactive retail lighting systems.  Make sure to check it out at this link!

active objects, surfaces, and zones

I just added a new permanent page detailing my thesis project which explored interactive retail lighting systems.  Make sure to check it out at this link!