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Constellations Geometric Light Projection

CONSTELLATIONS Audio visual installation for public spaces, produced by Studio Joanie Lemercier.

Projection Restaurant of the Future

Print and Projection Storytelling

Screen-printed illustrations spring to life when touched, as conductive ink triggers a host of playful digital animations – a mix of informative and charming content, from product information to brand stories to chasing ducks.

Pushing the boundaries of storytelling within a space, the installation makes it fun and engaging, putting ideas before hardware.

A total of 48 interactions and over 100 unique animations make up the broad spectrum of content on the stand, from simple sound toys to more complex exchanges that layer projection mapping and movement around a physical space.

Projection mapping ping pong

Immersive retro arcade gaming experience and a whole new way for groups to play - with very little skill needed. “This is one of the most multifaceted projection mapping projects we have worked on and a true technological breakthrough for the social entertainment industry. We always enjoy a challenge at Projection Artworks and we like working on immersive experiences that make people say ‘wow’. This project does exactly that”.

Basilika Projection Mapping

The State Textile and Industry Museum »tim« in Augsburg is a wonderful place to dive into the worldwide history of the textile industry. Fashion always has been a big thing in the history of mankind but the conditions for the workers have been and still are pretty questionable: Sweat, blood, dust, noise, chemicals, mechanical power and lots more of raw materials are processed in huge numbers. An abandoned building called »Basilika« is one of the last remaining, not yet affected by the gentrification, contemporary witnesses of a time when Augsburg was a big player in the textile industry and it is placed vis-a-vis the »tim«. In the context of an artist intervention for the fifth anniversary of the museum we created an audiovisual installation for this building. The performance show takes about 10 minutes and is divided into two very opposed parts: The first part interpretes aspects of the production process, is black and white and pretty noisy. It is controlled in realtime by an original punch card that normally is used to weave a towel with the lettering »Made in Augsburg« on a loom. The second part is colorful, enjoyable and with a very contemporary style even though the footage are patterns of cloth from 1806 to 1988 which we digitalized for the project. For the sounddesign we use samples of original weaving machines and analog synthesizers. The artwork tries to illustrate the schizophrenia of the industry that is still pervasive although far away for most of us. 

Projection-Mapped Kung Fu Between a Man and His Shadow

Projection-mapped choreography meets Enter the Dragon in a Auditore's new performance at the Hamdan International Photography Award in Dubai, introducing its black and white category. A dancer enters the stage seemingly alone, but is soon challenged to a kung fu battle royale by his own digital shadow, and it only escalates from there. A second dancer gets involved, turning the show into something like a live episode of Dragonball Z, animated by MC Escher and directed by Bruce Lee.

Generative and Interactive Digital Installation

Miguel chevalier's digital arabesques adapt to visitors' movements. Miguel chevalier was influenced by moroccan culture when creating ‘digital arabesques 2015′, a generative and interactive installation shown in association with four french institutes in morocco. the work recreates moroccan artistic traditions with a digital medium, creating massive sensor-controlled carpets of light. multicolored digital scenes compose patterns reminiscent to the art of zelliges, arabesques, mosaics, and the world of mashrabiya–latticework. 

Sophisticated geometrical patterns create a scene that forms and deforms in a living, constantly renewing environment. when viewers interact with the piece they create disturbances–monitored by infrared sensors–that radiate through the patters and form unpredictable compositions.

Walk on Water in a Projection-Mapped Paddy Field

An upcropping of projection mapped screens takes root in teamLab’s interactive installation at this year’s Milan Expo. Staged in the Japanese Pavilion, HARMONY reimagines the symbolic Japanese rice paddy, the age-old foundation of country’s agricultural, as leaf-shaped screens reflecting pools of multicolored light. Installed at different heights throughout the room, the projection-mapped field replies to visitors’ movements with a myriad of dynamic designs, blooming in green swaths of grass and wriggling with silvery schools of fish. “This interactive art installation creates a space where visitors look as if they are wading their way through the ears of rice,” says teamLab on their website. “As they wander around, they can experience a passing of nature that is so characteristic of Japan across the period of a whole year.”

Glowing Caterpillar for Electric Daisy Carnival

Commissioned by Insomniac Events, Todd Moyer Designs' caterpillar employs four HD projectors, each stationed 100 feet away, to "illuminate the sculpture while software tracks rotation and renders graphics in real-time." The result is a giant, interactive creature that serves to separate everyday existence from festivalgoing through stellar sights you won't be able to find anywhere else.

Dev Harlan for Y-3 / Spring 2013

Dev Harlan was commissioned by Etienne Russo of Villa Eugenie to create a 150' immersive projection facade for Y-3's Spring 2013 show in NY. Client: Y-3 Agency: Villa Eugenie Creative Director: Etienne Russo Concept, Art Direction: Dev Harlan Projections / Mapping: SenovvA Fabrication Situ Studios Addl. Animation: Sean Capone (the Supernature) Ben Sheppe (Light Rythms UK)