À Berri-Uqam et à McGill, deux écrans numériques du réseau Métrovision deviennent en plus interactifs, permettant ainsi aux usagers de tweeter le nom d'un fromage qu'ils connaissent au mot-clic #300fromagesdici pour se retrouver en direct à l'écran.
The Internet of Things Real - Time Web Service and Applications - Pachube
Pachube is a real-time open data web service for the Internet of Things. Use and build apps which update and respond in real-time. Make data useful with the Internet of Things.
Pachube ("patch-bay") connects people to devices, applications, and the Internet of Things. As a web-based service built to manage the world's real-time data, Pachube gives people the power to share, collaborate, and make use of information generated from the world around them.
This app will guide you through the Festival of Lights in Ghent. The city’s nights will, for the second time, be the setting for a surprising spectacle, ingenious creations, spectacular performances and beautiful events, based on light.
Live Park is a "4D Art Park" enjoying hologram performances, 360 degree stereo-scopic cinema, projection square game, and augmented reality together with avatar in a huge space. Enjoy performance, game, and art exhibition at the most advanced high-tech theme park "Live Park".
We design diverse emerging media products & solutions to create revolutionary products and services for global advertising, entertainment, education and art marketing industries.
Founded in 2000, d'strict began as a global web design company. Then extended the business landscapes into the cross media product and solution developments in the fields of advertising, entertainment, education and art marketing.
Our global signature practice is comprises of tangible digital & software development, creative contents planning, production and comprehensive cross media execution. These unique disciplines and tangible product R&D outputs allow us to craft revolutionary brand launching show, event, concert and environment designs such as media façade, and diverse interactive brand space innovations.
Reportage : Portrait maraîcher de Montréal - 17 mars 2012
La région métropolitaine de MTL comptait un million et demi d'habitants en 1950. Aujourd'hui, c'est presque quatre millions.
Quand on regarde de plus près : il y a des jardins. Un peu partout, des légumes colorent le décor urbain.L'agriculture refuse d'être déracinée de la ville.
Montréal a lancé une nouvelle mouvance d'agriculture urbaine en 1974 avec ses programmes de développement des jardins communautaires. Ce mode de fonctionnement demeure aujourd'hui le modèle prédominant de la métropole québécoise, mais aussi dans beaucoup de villes industrialisées comme à New York.
Project for Public Spaces - Placemaking for Communities :
Placemaking’ is both an overarching idea and a hands-on tool for improving a neighborhood, city or region. It has the potential to be one of the most transformative ideas of this century. -Metropolitan Planning Council of Chicago
the electronics and hardware that make Twine tick, the rubbery yet firm case that protects those insides, the layers of the software that keep in constant touch with thousands of Twines and communicate with a multitude of other services (email, SMS, Facebook, Twitter, HTTP, and few surprises), and finally Spool, our web application that helps you set up your Twine and keeps you up to date on its status.
Among the interactive components of PF1 are swings, cubby hole seats, a periscope, and columns that provide different tactile and acoustic experiences– like being fuzzy or sounding like nighttime. It’s farm as playground. Farm as chill space. Farm as music concert companion. Farm as Fun.
It’s a concept as vital to sustainability as the term “organic.” Plus that wading pool looks really nice for a hot day.
The Echo Temple allowed users to play virtual musical instruments by moving their body in front of motion-tracking cameras. The unique musical experience conducted by the audience, was concepted by Mother New York, and was the centerpiece of Kyocera’s activation at Virgin Mobile’s Free Fest, a full-day music festival featuring Cee Lo, Patti Smith, etc. attended by 50,000+ people.
The Echo Temple included six monolithic speaker towers with motion tracking cameras encircling a central tower including subwoofers. Participants standing in front of the monoliths were able to manipulate a different melodic instrument’s volume, pitch or unique audio effect by moving their body and waving fans branded with special symbols. The central tower produced the core of the mix: drums, bass, drones and the main harmonic progressions, and had architectural bamboo that could be tapped to trigger percussive sounds within the mix.
The installation’s technology combined Ableton Live, Cycling74 Max and ReacTIVision. Cameras in each tower were fed into embedded systems running a custom build of ReacTIVision which tracked both symbols as well as body movement and camera activity. This was all sent to MaxMSP, which in turn was used to transform the raw input into meaningful musical control information for Live.
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The "Most sophisticated outdoor concert venue of its kind in the United States", to a capacity audience exceeding 12,000 people. Located in downtown Chicago, The Pritzker Pavilion is the centerpiece of the 24-acre Millennium Park, which features an eclectic collection of architectural and artistic elements unlike any other in the world.
The Pavilion, which The New York Times' Fred Bernstein reported as offering "acoustical innovations", is also the new home for the Grant Park Symphony and Chorus.
L’été dernier, à la suite d’un concours sur le «mobilier urbain intelligent», la Ville de Paris a retenu 40 projets novateurs qui seront répartis dans 60 lieux des divers arrondissements de la capitale. La communication entre ces équipements dynamiques et les habitants ou les touristes passe presque toujours par un écran tactile. Voici quelques exemples inspirants pour l’industrie touristique.
The dramatic shift of the world’s population into urban areas is encouraging citizens, city planners, businesses and governments to start looking at visions of ‘smart’ cities.
Below we look into what is driving the need to establish these networked environments, how smart city concepts and projects are different in the developing world, and what technologies and systems are needed to make them a reality.
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