Items tagged with 'gesture recognition'

Front of House Software

Christie's

June 2008

Scheme Designers:
Land Design Studio

Interactive Books

Clay wrote the software and created the media that allows visitors to Christie's to turn the pages of media rich catalogues with a simple wave of their hand.

The highly fluid, responsive motion and photographic quality of these digital books gives a magical impression in Christie's receptions in London and New York.

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Climate Change Wall

Natural History Museum

September 2009

Exhibition Designers:
At Large

The Terminals

Visitors can explore some of the latest work by the museum's scientists using terminals that appear behind the glass when their proximity is detected.

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The Wall

Working to an ambitious and demanding brief, Clay designed and developed a 31 square-meter interactive wall of thousands of images, videos and detailed case study material that explores the nature and impact of global warming. This mosaic of imagery is arranged by topic and hue, and is then animated by the constant activity of visitors.

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Atmosphere: Exploring climate science

Science Museum

December 2010

Exhibition Designers:
Casson Man
Graphic Designers:
Nick Bell Design

Climate System

With real-time 3D and a proprietary gesture based interface, Climate System explains the science behind the unique set of conditions which determine the different climate and weather conditions we experience around the world.

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Out of this World

British Library

May 2011

Exhibition Designers:
Real Studios

Clay / 9000 (AKA Sleepy Robot)

When he’s awake the Clay / 9000 is designed to tell visitors stories about well-known robots in science fiction literature. The stories are animated on a screen embedded into his chest.

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The British Music Experience

AEG, the O2

March 2009

Exhibition Designers:
Land Design Studio

Showcases

Containing over 500 objects, with everything from Acker Bilk's clarinet to Amy Winehouse's dress, the BME's permanent collection of memorabilia is organized into 21 individual showcases spread throughout the museum.

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