Universal Everything - Reactive Audio Prototype
Here is a very simple idea demonstrated - audio driven screen content. Digital artwork is shown to respond to stimulii gathered from a microphone. However the same principle could also apply to stimulii gathered from a motion sensor or pressure pad.
Digital artwork can be made to respond to visitors by a variety of means. Audio is but one example.
Universal Everything - Vision Hall
Here is another Universal Everything project, this time on a microtile wall in Korea. Today you would use an LED wall instead for display but as the video demonstrates the real star is the content. If you want to create a screen on this scale in Australia, Ci can do it for you better than anyone else. Plus we can arrange international content.
Universal Everything - Disciples (Twitter driven artwork)
Universal Everything are an experiental content practice based in London. This particular work is one of their most famous pieces, and a fine example of interesting data driven artwork. Here Twitter followers are represented in real time as physical followers and shown in representative numbers. Visitors to the Barbican exhibition could see their own handle represented in this fashion.
Ron Arad's Curtain Call - Parade
This work was commissioned by The Roundhouse London. It was designed for the theatre's unique 360° floor-to-ceiling ‘screen’ comprised of 5600 silicon rods suspended from an 18m diameter ring, the piece is simultaneously a projected film and audience interactive experience. It is noteworthy for both scale and the projected surface.
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