“Prismverse” – An Interactive Installation That Let Visitors To Be Immersed In An Audiovisual Experience Of Splendors

Prismverse is an installation inspired by light rays travelling in a diamond with Brilliant cut – a form that produces phenomenal brilliance with maximized light directed through its top. With a 10 meters LED floor and the complex geometrical tessellated mirror wall, the highly illuminated interior becomes a metaphor for the instant tone-up effect of Dr.Jart+ V7 Toning Light. Continue reading »

A Futuristic And Interactive Jewel Directly Projected On Your Neck

With the Neclumi project, the Polish art collective panGenerator is trying to imagine the future of jewelry through a futuristic and interactive jewel concept directly projected on your neck. Continue reading »

“Pixel Wave 2015” – An Interactive Projection Art Installation During The Singapore Night Festival

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People interact with “Pixel Wave 2015” a projection art installation by France’s Miguel Chevalier and local designers Carolyn Kan and Depression that features geometric patterns that react to movements and interactions of people, during the Singapore Night Festival at the Singapore Design Center, August 21, 2015. The Singapore Night Festival which features local and international light installations and performances begins on Friday and will take place on the last two weekends of August. (Photos by Edgar Su/Reuters)
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Vles – Interactive Light Installation

Installation offers the viewer to feel the atmosphere of the mystical forest and meet its inhabitants, by moving the light beam through the panoramic visual surface. The installation was placed in the center of contemporary art M’Ars, within interactive exhibition LifeZone (Moscow, May-June 2015).

Interactive Tape installation by Numen/ For Use


Design collective Numen/ For Use used thick transparent sticky tape to create an interactive installation. By stretching, sticking and wrapping thick layers of tape around grounded pillars, beams, trees or whatever standing objects exist in the chosen space Numen/ For Use create a web of tendon tunnels and spaces that can be accessed and crawled through, strong enough to carry human weight. From afar the installation appears like an interwoven structure of bending elastic pipes.

The original idea for the installation originated in a set design concept for a dance performance in which the form evolves from the movement of the dancers between pillars. Continue reading »

MINI Launches World’s First Hi-Res Interactive LED Car: MINI Art Beat

Lights. Camera. Action! From August 5th through 19th, an illuminating new project from MINI unleashes onto the streets of London! Continue reading »

(NO)WHERE (NOW)HERE – Interactive Dresses by Ying Gao

2 interactive dresses, Super organza, photoluminescent thread, PVDF, electronic devices.

The project was inspired by the essay entitled “Esthétique de la disparition” (The aesthetic of disappearance), by Paul Virilio (1979).

“Absence often occurs at breakfast time – the tea cup dropped, then spilled on the table being one of its most common consequences. Absence lasts but a few seconds, its beginning and end are sudden. However closed to outside impressions, the senses are awake. The return is as immediate as the departure, the suspended word or movement is picked up where it was left off as conscious time automatically reconstructs itself, thus becoming continuous and free of any apparent interruption.”

The series comprising two (2) dresses, made of photoluminescent thread and imbedded eye tracking technology, is activated by spectators’ gaze. A photograph is said to be “spoiled” by blinking eyes – here however, the concept of presence and of disappearance are questioned, as the experience of chiaroscuro (clarity/obscurity) is achieved through an unfixed gaze. Continue reading »

The Sickness Interactive Installation

A woman searches for gold necklaces amongst a floor full of wool and yarn, created by Thai artist, Surasi Kusolwong. Visitors can keep the jewellery should they find it. The landscape containing the necklaces is called Sickness, on show at the Bangkok Art and Culture Centre. It opened on 21 August and to date, one necklace has been found out of ten hidden in the yarn. (EPA/BARBARA WALTON) Continue reading »