Monomes user testing was a success. The first monome project for the studio. Sounds great and is a lot of fun.
Subcycle Labs Blip Shaper on Create Digital Music. Peter Kirn had some really interesting things to say about the new build.
Verizon App Wall on Engadget at the opening of the Verizon Innovation Center West in San Francisco.
Working with Osmosis to concept/design/develop an interactive window experience for Hermès on Madison Avenue.
The Subcycle Labs touchscreen project to be performed and demoed at the Open Space event that is part of the Beam Festival in London on the 24th of June.
Working with Renate Design to develope a suite of interactive media concepts for the new technology lab at the Mobius Science Center in Spokane Washington.
The ACM has just put out the call for entries in this year's SIGGRAPH2011 Real-Time Live event, where people submit examples of Real-Time rendering work and get a chance to demonstrate it live on-stage. website
Wrapped up visual design for the Adler Planetarium interactive welcome walls with Second Story and Snibbe Interactive. The four distinct interactive experiences include and interactive mars rover and a Stephen Hawking interactive.
Thinking outside of the rectangular confines of the computer display allows us to integrate content-rich media experiences with the environment in exciting new ways.
The more crossover between the creative and technical asspects of the design process the better. This crossover is accomplished this by introducing prototyping, creative coding and hardware emulation exercises.
The design/development process can be broken down the following phases:
A strong foundation of great design is essential to building a meaningful and lasting interactive experience. Taking the time to develop a solid understanding of the relationship between the content, hardware configuration and spatial context is an extremely important part of this process. read more
We were tasked to design and develop a series of data visualizations to be rendered in real-time on three different forty foot video walls located in the core of the Russell Financial Ceter in downtown Seattle.
We developed four distinct visualizations that represent specific views or perspecitives on real-time financial data. The data represented here is updated every twenty seconds. read more