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Convertible City  'Floating Grounds Ort', Berlin 2006 by architect Hoyer Schindele Hirschmüller w. Art+Com  - 2006  Reactive alleyways - bridge homes with moving surfaces that reacts to the pedestrian flow and building residents activity

Convertible City 'Floating Grounds Ort', Berlin 2006 by architect Hoyer Schindele Hirschmüller w. Art+Com - 2006 Reactive alleyways - bridge homes with moving surfaces that reacts to the pedestrian flow and building residents activity

Casa desordenada

Casa desordenada

ELECTROLAND is a team that creates objects, interactive experiences and large-scale public art projects    Cameron McNall & Damon Seeley, USA    http://electroland.net/

ELECTROLAND is a team that creates objects, interactive experiences and large-scale public art projects Cameron McNall & Damon Seeley, USA http://electroland.net/

Neon mirrors by Phillip K Smith III created glowing beacons at Coachella

Neon mirrors by Phillip K Smith III created glowing beacons at Coachella

A new way of discovering the city .:. with augmented signage in the pavement!  Urban Promenades by Sandrine Herbert Razafinjato - 2008

A new way of discovering the city .:. with augmented signage in the pavement! Urban Promenades by Sandrine Herbert Razafinjato - 2008

Footfall

Footfall

This viewer-centered performance detects all movements including those of the dancers and audience, allowing them to interact through visual effects. The audience becomes not just the viewer, but an active participant via the interactive projection mapping.

This viewer-centered performance detects all movements including those of the dancers and audience, allowing them to interact through visual effects. The audience becomes not just the viewer, but an active participant via the interactive projection mapping.

Mapping en el Distrito Federal 8 al 13 de Febrero de 2015

Mapping en el Distrito Federal 8 al 13 de Febrero de 2015

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Inside/Out, James Clar (2006)  Each building node of ‘Inside / Out’ used a laser diode system to track the amount of people entering and exiting the space, and then used this variable to display the information on the rooftops.

Inside/Out, James Clar (2006) Each building node of ‘Inside / Out’ used a laser diode system to track the amount of people entering and exiting the space, and then used this variable to display the information on the rooftops.

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