That time we made an amusement park ride with no money...

That time we made an amusement park ride with no money...

In 2011, when we were just a budding company with no real business model, we jumped at any chance to create an experiential installation. When our friends Kurt Firla and Elliot Mealia called and asked if we wanted to create an amusement park ride that videomapped a TTC streetcar and took riders on a fantastic voyage around Toronto, (including stops under the lake, inside a giant raccoon, and through time and space), we obviously had to say yes.

Using Animation To Teach Complex Math

Animation and visual art is used in museums and science exhibits all around the world to teach complex science, dense history, and amazing technological theories. This is one of our favourite videos dealing with Smale's Paradox, one of the most complicated mathematical problems in a visual way. 

Interactive Punching Bag Lets You Fight Cancer. By Punching It.

This installation by Dutch designer Thijs Biersteker was designed to help raise money for the Dutch Cancer Foundation.

Aside from having an amazingly cool name, this designer is brilliant for his violently proactive approach to raising awareness for the grief, frustration, and helplessness experienced by victims of this deadly disease.

Artist website.

View full project info here.