Posts Tagged ‘installation’

Anaglyphic 3D adds fun to awards

One of our larger clients asked us to create something different and fun for a typical awards ceremony across an wide screen installation.  We decided to try some Anaglyph 3D effects, which is where you use the two color (Red/Cyan) glasses to view the video.  Everything in this video was created using a combination of Cinema 4d, After Effects, Photoshop and Illustrator.  The best part was to see 2000 attendees eagerly put those goofy glasses on and enjoy the experience.  We are looking forward to going to the next level of 3D using stereoscopic 3D.

This video shows one of the sections and each section can be controlled to stay and loop (like the rings and background or go to the next section on our command.

The River

On a recent trip to Paris I discovered this video installation at the MUSÉE DU QUAI BRANLY by artist Charles Sandison from Finland.  The installation is projected using perhaps 10 or more projectors on the floor and walls of the very long ramp that leads to the main exhibits.  I like the exhibit for its story and the way it sets a mood for the rest of the museum by connecting a river of words with the cultures that live, work and play along the rivers banks.  I am sure we will see more of these digital exhibits in the future and not just as digital signage.