Interactive Installations

Interactive installations are generally computer-based and frequently rely on sensors to detect motion, colors, sound and/or input from touch devices/screens.

Through programming, we translate the sensors’ inputs, based on the participants actions, in order to elicit responses within the virtual experience we have built.

Interactive installations are usually used for: 

  • The communication of data
  • Shopping
  • Virtual product interaction and information
  • Educational purposes
  • Art

The installation typically consists of a computer, a large screen or projector, and input sensors.

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Some of the input sensors we can work with:

  • Multi-touch screen
  • Tablet / Phone devices
  • Eye trackers
  • Kinect
  • Cameras
  • Leap Motion
  • RFID

Our experience with Interactive Installations

Publicly available cases

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