GE asked Immagiantion to build an immersive experiential space for their Innovation Center in Saudi Arabia to promote their new energy teritory. Featuring dual-language interface design across 12 multi-touch screens, interactive LED walkway, anamorphic digital sculpture and dynamic data visualisations.
Innovation centre showcasing GE’s portfolio of emerging technologies and energy solutions. GE has a huge presence in Turkey from wind solar and gas to science and technology and their new innovation center is designed to showcase GE’s achievements and innovative developments in this field. As part of the
Ford's luxury range Chinese dealership car configurator. 4k VRed (Python) video wall and controller HTML5 built with AngularJS and Unity. Material swatches with integrated RFID, QR code and social media. Lincoln is Ford Motors luxury range and in 2014 it launched in China. Imagination secured the rollout of 16 dealerships
Squiggle 2.0 is an ambient multiuser video sculpture. Using game-like interaction on a touch device (iPad/ iPodTouch/ iPhone/ TouchPC) visitors help create a video and sound sculpture. The project explores the potential connectivity and virtual baggage we carry around daily with so-called ‘smart’ technology. By Rhys Turner Graphics by
To help IBM at the biggest online retailer trade show of the year we built a touch screen experience to showcase IBM's online retail services. GPJ Australia needed help with one of their clients, IBM, to present their retail solution videos, documents and information using the Sydney Online Retailer event.
AboutSynchronised 4 screen touch display for IBM GMU Jinmao Tower Shanghai China. A project at Spinifex in Sydney for an IBM interactive touch screen wall for their Shanghai Office in Jing Mao. The project used Maps to present growth areas while displaying interactive information such as news, case studies, shares
AboutThe Importance of Kinections was a collaboration between Turner and Sapient Razorfish. The work explored how differently people behave in a public space during a tedX event. The video was recorded using a Kinect in the morning and edited within and hour and presented as a bumper video between talks.