Digital Culture –| 2008

electronic art, technology and culture

interactive design used in daily life

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LM3Lab crates interactive display for commerce, education and entertainment.

the ‘ubiq window’ works for a new kinds of e-commerce. customer can view the products and services through the interactive display in the retail shop. this design had been used in lot of mobile phone retail shop, like Samsung, iphone, etc. cusotmers can also use this interface to control the models turing around in the shopwindow to see the fashion design.

the ‘interactive mirror window’ let the customers to see their image on the screen as well. it remind s me the early interactive art work ‘Wooden Mirror'(1999) which is created by Daniel Rozin.

the ‘Catchyoo’ interface is the most usual design used in the shopping center, which works as the interactive floors, walls, furniture (tables), stairs, etc.

and also the interactive display has been used in the museum & gallery for education.

not sure about this is the production from LM3Lab or not. but it is the most interesting example the interactive display used in the perfomance. the Cirque Du Soleil creates a show called ‘KA’ in Las Vegas. the display works as the stage in the show, it can also turn 360degree to fit for different kinds performance. the stage can change into a ship, the beach, the sky, the sea, etc. the actors with the wires interact with the stage(screen).

Written by kerrylin2008

August 12, 2008 at 3:21 am

Posted in week 1–3

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  1. I think an interactive commercial display is a good way to involve users more in purchasing process. In a way, it would be a “new” experience, but in the future it might be everywhere and doing even more than assisting sales.

    It might be an interactive maps, public concierge, etc…


    August 12, 2008 at 6:04 am

  2. I can imagine those huge setups that are built within the shops, stages and museums. We are on our way to a world that Star Wars used to illustrate, though I only watched the first one. I never really into the mech and costume design of the movie series. Kinda off-topic eh. 😛


    August 14, 2008 at 9:48 am

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