The digital creative agency Appshaker recently launched an unique way for people to interact with the amazing world of National Geographic’s content from around the globe. Using the principles of augmented reality, people could immerse themselves in different scenes such as dolphins, leopards, the space landings, dinosaurs and more.
Awesome interactive installation created by Leandro Erlich, Bâtiment is a gravity defying illusion where the participants can see themselves mirrored, as if they are hanging off or onto the building facade.
ADA is an interactive installation created by German artist Karina Smigla-Bobinski, consisting of a huge transparent sphere inflated with helium and covered with spikes of charcoal which is placed in an empty white room. By manipulating this sphere, visitors are invited to leave a trace of their passage and influence the random movements of the sphere, which leaves streaks of charcoal on the walls, floor and ceiling.
Argentinian artist Tomás Saraceno‘s has created this amazing installation, “In Orbit” is a suspended safety net propelled 20 meters high and consists of large 8.5 meters spheres that’s has air filled PVC balls, visitors interact by climbing, floating, and observing themselves in mid space. It is currently high above the K21 Ständhaus piazza in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Resonate, an amazing interactive light and sound installation in Germany at the opening party for this year’s biennial festival of lighting culture known as Luminal 2012.
Fragments of RGB – 01 by Onformative is an Interactive Installation experimenting with illusion and perception. The classic LED screen as a medium was simulated and disintegrated by the creation of a pixel-like LED optic with the ability to change and transform with the viewer’s movement and, hence, his perspective and point of view.
Submergence explores immersion and interaction within volumetric light based visuals created through 8,064 individual points of light. A new project by art group Squidsoup currently at Galleri ROM, Oslo, Norway, January 17 – February 17 2013.