Gizmodo's second annual geekfest/gadget exhibition in up now through Sunday in New York City. o2 Creative Solutions was invited to create two interactive installations: one for the Ghostly Discovery App which syncs the mood-based interface to a lighting system, and a new version of SKETCH3D which is now milled out of tank grade aluminum [seriously] and through the magic of accelerometers, allows the user to rotate their drawing in 3D space and shake to clear just like an analog Etch-a-Sketch. It's been a great honor and opportunity to take part in Giz Gallery this year, and we met some truly awesome people this week.
Here's Bre Prettis demoing the MakerBot playing Daft Punk:
Here's ArcAttack playing the Doctor Who theme and Imperial March with Tesla coils and robotic drums:
+ some photos from installation and the opening party:
More photos and video clips here.
Info on o2's work at the gallery here.
Full info on Giz Gallery '09 here.
Thursday, September 24, 2009
Posted by: Michael Doyle at 9/24/2009 02:56:00 PM