Touch was an urban interactive installation by LAb[au] that took place from 26 December 2006 until 15 January 2007 on the Dexia-Tower and Place Rogier in Brussels, Belgium.
The 145 m high Dexia-Tower with 4200 windows each individually color-lightened by RGB-led bars was turned into an immense display.
At the bottom of the tower an interface station was mounted where people could interact individually or in groups with the display on the tower through a multi touch screen.
More information at interactivearchitecture.org and the Touch project web site. Also have a look at their video gallery to get a better impression of this great project.
- Street life: Cardboard house paintings from Japan
- Video: Life-Space-Invaders and Life-Pong
- Design: Doors delight – knobs with a touch
- IT Project Management illustrated
Japanese web site Cardboard-House-Painting has a set of galleries online with photographs of cardboard shelter paintings from people who lived on the street in Japan’s homeless city that was created around the Shinjuku Underground station’s in the mid-1990s. …Hundreds of cardboard houses grew up in the underground passageways of the west exit. On each of [...]
Guillaume Reymond, head of the Swiss communication agency NOTsoNOISY had a great idea for their participation in the 2006 Belluard Bollwerk International festival in Fribourg. After their success with Life-Pong in 2005 they got almost 70 people together and created a Life version of arcade game classic Space Invaders. Unfortunately the videos are not shown on their web site anymore, but after looking around a bit we found them on the web (links below)…
When we saw Susan Goldstick’s door knobs and other items on the Trendir web site we just could not resist passing on the information. These door and cabinet knobs are hand-sculpted out of a resin-like material and are coated with durable varnish. They come in different shapes and sizes from 1″ to 2 1/2″ in [...]
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