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rogalag, Wednesday, May 25th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 1 comments  
rogalag, Wednesday, May 25th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 1 comments  

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www.intolight.de/en/projects/zalando-interactive-catwalk Together with ACNE, Berlin, intolight developed an interactive setup for some of Zalando’s very special fashion events in 2015. Fashion-lovers could show their greatest looks and outfits with their own catwalk moves. Extracted from the real background, their bodies were placed into virtual surroundings representing the look of Zalando’s campaign. A bit like in The Matrix, their movements changed and bent the virtual space.
Once satisfied with their own performance, users could share the video via email or their personal facebook profile and show the world how cool they look. We took the Zalando Catwalk on a road-trip to the vivid fashion scenes of Stockholm, Amsterdam and Antwerp.

Intolight, Thursday, May 19th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Play Station Products is a table with a number of integrated small wheels. By turning the wheel visitors can inform themselves about the long range of DVAG products. Light effects like particle swarms glide around the surface of the table when it is not used; to raise attention one of the small wheels start glowing from time to time and short questions appear on the surface to arouse visitors curiosity.

The MESO Team: Ingolf Heinsch, Jochen Leinberger, Alexander Graf, Nils Buhlert, Johannes Scherg, Markus Lorenz Schilling, Florian Egermann, Sebastian Huber, Sebastian Lübbert, Sebastian Oschatz, Max Wolf, Katrin Schacke

http://www.meso.net/DVAG-ProductTable

(c) 2011 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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The play station Success is a room-integrated impressive relief map of Germany embedded in an atmospheric light installation showing DVAGs successful company history. The map is composed of acryl bars sticking in the ground.

The MESO Team: Ingolf Heinsch, Jochen Leinberger, Alexander Graf, Nils Buhlert, Johannes Scherg, Markus Lorenz Schilling, Florian Egermann, Sebastian Huber, Sebastian Lübbert, Sebastian Oschatz, Markus Wolf, Kathrin Schacke

http://www.meso.net/DVAG-Success

(c) 2011 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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Foresight Memory is a Multitouch Wall explaining strategies of asset planning in different cultures as an interactive play for one ore more visitors. Small pictures drift in the rear projection of the multitouch wall and are waiting to be placed near their counterpart by the visitors.

The MESO Team:
Ingolf Heinsch, Jochen Leinberger, Alexander Graf, Nils Buhlert, Johannes Scherg, Markus Lorenz Schilling, Florian Egermann, Sebastian Huber, Sebastian Lübbert, Sebastian Oschatz, Markus Wolf, Kathrin Schacke

http://www.meso.net/DVAG-Foresight

(c) 2011 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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At the Play Station Worth Knowing visitors can check their knowledge about asset and financial planning in a challenging quiz together with others.

The MESO Team: Ingolf Heinsch, Jochen Leinberger, Alexander Graf, Nils Buhlert, Johannes Scherg, Markus Lorenz Schilling, Florian Egermann, Sebastian Huber, Sebastian Lübbert, Sebastian Oschatz, Markus Wolf, Kathrin Schacke

http://www.meso.net/DVAG-WorthKnowing

(c) 2011 MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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Be sporty and try out our pimped Ergometer. The ride on the bike is a methaphoric journey through your life with all the ups and downs. All important decisions of life, like career planning, job, family are represented by intersections where the biker can choose his way with the bycicle handle bar. As the biker improves his fianancial situation during the tour through his life the ride itself gets easier and easier. Does the biker take a wrong turn and his financial situation gets worse the ride on the bike gets harder and harder. Try it out, Enjoy – and learn!

The MESO Team: Ingolf Heinsch, Jochen Leinberger, Alexander Graf, Nils Buhlert, Johannes Scherg, Markus Lorenz Schilling, Florian Egermann, Sebastian Huber, Sebastian Lübbert, Sebastian Oschatz, Markus Wolf, Kathrin Schacke

http://www.meso.net/DVAG-Ergometer

(c) 2011 MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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Interactive foot controlled Q & A game

The MESO Team: Ingolf Heinsch, Jochen Leinberger, Alexander Graf, Nils Buhlert, Johannes Scherg, Markus Lorenz Schilling, Florian Egermann, Sebastian Huber, Sebastian Lübbert, Sebastian Oschatz, Markus Wolf, Kathrin Schacke

http://www.meso.net/DVAG-MagicTriangle

(c) 2011 MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

credits Roberto Vitalini (@Bashiba) .:. Sebastiano Barbieri (@Noir) .:. www.bashiba.com

BASHIBA Music Visualization

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Bashiba, Thursday, May 12th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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