Using a Teagueduino and a few inputs and outputs, we put together a physical side-scrolling video game. To control it, there’s a knob on the side. As time advances the game gets faster and faster — can you avoid all the obstacles and make it to the end?
View the making of video for Johnny Kelly's short film “Back to the Start”. From Nexus Productions:
The pace and timeline of the film is captured beautifully in camera using traditional stop frame model animation techniques to track the life of a farmer. Filmed in one sweeping take the film was painstakingly animated over 4-weeks on one large all-encompassing model background.
When the University of Washington commissioned us to create an interactive architectural installation in its new Foster School of Business building, we knew exactly what we needed for the job: an incredibly versatile LED tile that could shift from scrolling text to full-color motion graphics. The only problem? It didn’t exist. So we developed a prototype, refined it, and, once we couldn’t make it any better, named it Tessera.
A good example of interactive architectural projection:
A mapping by 1024 Architecture, projected on the facade of former Lyrical theater the "Celestins". The building deformations and figures were controlled by the audience, using a microphone and an audio analysis algorythm.