Posts Tagged: interactive controls

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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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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.

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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.

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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

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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

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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.

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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.

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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

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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

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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.

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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.

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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!

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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!