interactive environments

Under The Sea

There’s something so magical about aquariums! Perhaps it’s because we still know so little about the ocean and every bit we do learn seems so magical and alien. Perhaps it’s because it’s a part of the world we can only venture into for brief moments. Maybe it’s both! Either way, this Sydney, Australia-based installation that allows visitors to walk through The Great Barrier Reef is a wonderful way to experience that magic.

With the help of projection mapping and interactive technology, one of the most amazing parts of our world is brought directly and personally to visitors. We hope it helps grow an appreciation of our magical, vast, and fragile ecosystem.

The Future of Interactivity

If you’re a complete nerd about all things interactive (and we certainly are), whether they are projected, sculptural, or a hybrid of both, then this short video review of an interactive environments workshop with Philip Beesley will definitely leave you wanting more! 

This video made us dream about all the amazing things we’re going to be seeing in art, architecture, and game design thanks to all the amazing minds working on interactivity today.