by lab[au]. “the belgian design studio lab[au] placed their cybernetic installation binary waves in paris to measure and display the various flows of its surroundings. the urban installation measured people, bikes, cars, trains and electromagnetic fields in real time and displayed them through luminous, sonic and kinetic rules.” via designboom and hazel-lim
Rundle Lantern By Fusion
“The Rundle Lantern is a unique canvas that uses computer controlled LEDs to illuminate 748 square panels to deliver a platform for digital art.”
via Travel With Frank Gehry
DIN. PR 10 [NaMa II]
by Vladimir Bonacic, 1971. Computer-controlled dynamic object / light installation at the storefront of NaMa in Zagreb, Ilica Street.
via Mute magazine. Before the art of new media
Generative Urban Design
by Near Future Laboratory. “These images are from a series of generative, algorithmic sketches to describe what Los Angeles might look like as an ‘augmented reality.’”
m3 moire facade model
following the idea of the moire effect and using a two layered transparent/black stripes setup, creates an algorithmic animation when passing by the 1:11 scale model of the facade of a proposed building by m3architecture in brisbane. video 1, 2, 3.
augmented sculpture series
by pablo valbuena. projecting onto three dimensional objects in space. physical geometry + virtual layer = augmented space. find more examples of using small scale and large scale non-plane projection surfaces objects on valbuena’s website. my favorite, “the hague city hall”, an urban installation at the todaysart 08 festival in the netherlands. view the video.
by anne wilson ” Elements of ancient handwork participate in new thinking about the viability of lightweight mesh structures to create temporary and portable architectures. A city is imagined of tensile networks, deflated domes, skeletal igloos, flattened tents, elevated canopies, schematic cooling towers, linear pathways, rubble from collapse, stacks and parts to rebuild. “
Mediaarchitecture en masse
by media facades festival, berlin
awesome collection of media facades. pixel matrices made out of led lights, balloons, semi transparent walls, aluminium panels, or metal flakes. favorites are atom by whitevoid, cruquius plaza, media skin “Espacio de Creación Artística Contemporánea”, kinetic membrane facade “flare”, greenpix, technorama, or pixy.ca . dont miss to take a look at the 2007 and 2006 archives.
a wonderland inspiration called Fungus Chair by MAD Design. a public seating area.