Posts Tagged: media walls

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

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

0.9mm pitch LED screens: approaching “retina” quality for architecture?

A marketing mail came across my inbox from Planar announcing their latest direct-view LED screens offering an incredibly fine 0.9mm pixel pitch.  To do the math, that’s 25.4mm / 0.9 = 28 pixels per inch, or thinking of it by

0.9mm pitch LED screens: approaching “retina” quality for architecture?

A marketing mail came across my inbox from Planar announcing their latest direct-view LED screens offering an incredibly fine 0.9mm pixel pitch.  To do the math, that’s 25.4mm / 0.9 = 28 pixels per inch, or thinking of it by

teamlab

TeamLab is a Tokyo-based creative group with some strikingly beautiful interactive installations that make clever use of projection mapping and physical interaction.  I’ve included just a few of my favorites, but check out their site to see their other amazing projects.

teamlab

TeamLab is a Tokyo-based creative group with some strikingly beautiful interactive installations that make clever use of projection mapping and physical interaction.  I’ve included just a few of my favorites, but check out their site to see their other amazing projects.

jim campbell’s sculptural LED installations

Jim Campbell is a San Francisco-based LED installation artist with a prolific collection of work.  Campbell in particular explores abstraction through low-resolution media screens.  Intel’s The Creators Project has an interesting piece on Campbell.

jim campbell’s sculptural LED installations

Jim Campbell is a San Francisco-based LED installation artist with a prolific collection of work.  Campbell in particular explores abstraction through low-resolution media screens.  Intel’s The Creators Project has an interesting piece on Campbell.

using flexible screens for aircraft interiors

Two posts have now shown up for this application, so it must be a trend! In February, Wired magazine posted a supersonic jet interior that is replacing windows with massive screens, leading to weight savings and structural advantages. In October, Core77

using flexible screens for aircraft interiors

Two posts have now shown up for this application, so it must be a trend! In February, Wired magazine posted a supersonic jet interior that is replacing windows with massive screens, leading to weight savings and structural advantages. In October, Core77

electroland’s aurora project

An incredible media lighting system installation named “Aurora” by Electroland was realized using advanced parametric design, digital fabrication, and 47,000 RGB LED pixels from Philips Color Kinetics.  And wonderfully, Electroland presents numerous process photographs and an amazing video recorded from the design,

electroland’s aurora project

An incredible media lighting system installation named “Aurora” by Electroland was realized using advanced parametric design, digital fabrication, and 47,000 RGB LED pixels from Philips Color Kinetics.  And wonderfully, Electroland presents numerous process photographs and an amazing video recorded from the design,

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

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