Thanks to everyone who joined us for our That’s So Gay programming night on Tuesday. The last day to see the exhibit is this Sunday (until 5pm), be sure to stop by.
This is really cool. A music label in Germany has used the nostalgia and general cool-factor of vinyl in a hyper technological way. The result–a very successful ad campaign and a record player that is materialized out of paper and played through a smart phone!
‘Woodland Wiggle’ is a pioneering interactive game displayed on a television the size of a room. It allows children to enter into a storybook illustrated world enabling them to paint; play music; and trigger sun, rain, snow and rainbows with animated animal characters across a number of woodland scenes.
O’Shea used the latest creative technologies, including custom software written in C++ using open Frameworks and an Xbox Kinect camera, to bring the unimaginable to life by reflecting the children’s video image within the scene in real-time, allowing them escape the reality of their daily treatment and interact with the exciting animated environment.