Time Traveling with Airbus

Take a trip in the future with Airbus as they imagine what air travel will look like in the future as part of their “Smarter Skies” campaign.

With the help of Drive, they turned Berlin’s Humboldt Box into a time machine to give viewers a peek into what flight might look like in just over 30 years. Not only is the installation beautiful, the concept is inspiring. We love the idea of a sustainable way to travel through the skies!

Public Joy

The beauty of interactive art and advertising in public spaces is that it has a really wonderful way of bringing people together. McDonald’s created a special bit of interactivity to promote its new Maestro Burger in Portugal.

Take a burger, some passersby, and an interactive display that turns that burger into an orchestra and what do get? A whole lot of amateur conductors and a whole lot of joy!

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.