Kauffman Center Grand Opening
For the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts grand opening event, we collaborated with local artists to create a once in a lifetime dinner experience for the organization's top sponsors and supporters. The visuals were projected across 3 walls and onto the roof of the Kauffman Center, providing an immersive visual and auditory experience.
Fashion for a Cause
Fashion Show at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts with Harvest Productions hosted by Giuliana Rancic. As each collection walked the runway, a new element of a creature emerged and evolved at the pace of the models. The pulse of the music triggered the creature to breathe.
SSION at MoMA PS1
Stage design for SSION with Cody Critcheloe, Drew Bolton and Daniel Goggin at MoMA PS1. The stage featured a sliding door that was projection mapped to move with the animations being displayed. 3 projectors hit the backdrop while 3 other projectors were pointed from the ceiling as stage lighting.
For the Crayola Experience, we used Tip the crayon, and a little magic from the Kinect. Any dance moves you would perform, Tip would be quick to follow.
Art of the Heart
In collaboration with hippo and a cardiology center we created an interactive installation allowing people to paint their own work of "heART." Constructing a 13' tall heart as a canvas, and using the Kinect, passersby in a mall could simply wave their hands and see brush strokes manifest themselves. After they were done, their painting was uploaded to an online gallery. They could also text a number to have their heART delivered to their phone.
Massacre in the Crossroads
During Halloween season, we conducted a sillhouette based massacre on the second story windows of our building. At random times, we would ask the audience to choose the fate of the victims.
AIGA Interactive Timeline
We hosted AIGA's 20th anniversary party, installing an interactive timeline in our space. The timespan featured milestones within the design community over the past 20 years. As the span slowly floated by, guests could draw their own timelines using hand gestures or with their cell phones. This piece used Community Core Vision motion tracking technology in conjunction with Flash to create the graphics.
An interactive texting installation in collaboration with Drew Bolton and Jamie Burkart. Participants could communicate to people on the other side of the wall by texting to a random number. The piece challenged the notion of permanence with text messaging and the consequences that come from anonymity.