Inspiration just keeps on coming

January 6, 2010

Making graffiti with a laserpen, just your eyes or on a smartphone.
This piece of art is then viewable on your smartphone in 3D!
All art is send to a database so that everyone can view your tag and visa versa.

It may sound strange, but check it out with this link.

Pimping old boring buildings
This is an interactive projection on buildings were everyone stroling by can join in. There are 3 different types of interaction: body interaction were you stand in front of a screen, hand interaction were you move your hand above a light table and phone interaction with the tracking of waving phones. That input was then used to manipulate 6 different scenes.

Just watch the video and you’ll know why this is a very impressive project.


This is something we can use!

December 2, 2009

Check this online paintpad! You are probably asking yourself; how and why will they use this?! You will hear more from us on friday…

Another cross media example

November 20, 2009

Here another couple inspiring examples. The first two (from artist LUC) are not really cross media, but really funny. Although the second it is another advertisement campagne, it is a form of cross media. Not really one we will use, but a good example non the less. Read the rest of this entry »

A good example of cross media?

November 13, 2009

Cross media is mostly used to extend an advertisement campagne, however not all advertisement campagne using multiple media are real cross media. In my opinion the definition of cross media is: in a project multiple kind of media are used (internet, television, mobile ect), but all media are individual products. Here are two examples of what I thing are good examples of cross media. Read the rest of this entry »

Cross Media Examples

November 13, 2009

Defining Cross Media is a hard task. Cross Media defines crossing all the media in every possible way. In the following post you can find a few examples we found and feel that really fits the definition of Cross Media.
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