Thursday, September 10, 2009

Interactive Architecture

In our top secret research and development bunker, we've been working on a framework for creating interactive architecture and it's great to start to see this space come into its own. Over the past decade, the team I am working with has done a tremendous amount of work in this area, ranging from interactive tables for exhibits to full on environments where lighting, sound and video are controlled by user movements.

It seemed like it might be fun to show a couple of projects the team has participated in over the years.