Check out the second half of this trailer for the latest from choreographer David Dawson.
I stumbled across this amazing set design for a ballet in The Netherlands on the VVVV website. VVVV is a 'multipurpose toolkit' that allows designers to work with coding in really open and innovative ways. It has a huge number of possible inputs, from live audio waveforms to RFID. Some of the work being done via VVVV is truly stunning and this set design is just one example. It is also used by creative companies such as AntiVJ and Lumacoustics as the software of choice for live or interactive motion graphics.
Saturday, 2 July 2011
I just love this idea by Poke. The excellently named Baker Tweet can be fixed to the wall of a bakery so that hungry customers can get an immediate update when the toasty warm croissants come out the oven. Ooooh lovely.
Friday, 1 July 2011
Here are two similar examples of how digital technology and some clever motion design can be used to enhance a customer's experience online and offline shop windows. They are both 'I wish I thought of that' ideas.