Designed by the media artist group J o n p a s a n g, the Hyper-Matrix combines hundreds of controllable surfaces to create an impressive effect for Hyundai Motor Group’s 2012 Yeosu EXPO. Watching the making of video, I can’t begin to image how much this wall cost to build and manufacture.
Found on The Fox Is Black
Three units, which are resembling standard record players, translate concentric visual patterns into control signals for further processing in any music software. The rotation of the discs, each holding three tracks, can be synced to a sequencer.
Designer and blogger Christian Annyas put together a great collection of Chevy’s speedometer design from 1941 to today. How many years do you think it will take for someone at Chevrolet regret the “futuristic” 2011 Sonic design decision?
500 liters of waterbased environmentally-friendly paint on asphalt spread by 2000 cars.
Garnet Hertz’s video game concept car combines a car-shaped arcade game cabinet with a real world electric vehicle to produce a video game system that actually drives. OutRun offers a unique mixed reality simulation as one physically drives through an 8-bit video game.
I’m having a hard time deciding if it’s awesome or ridiculous but funny. The only thing that would make this video better is if they had footage of him running into a parked car.
Via Andy Taylor
DDB TRIBAL for Volkswagon German installed a “fast lane” heading down a set of stairs to promote the new Polo GTI. Whether or not these posts are really effective for the brand, I do know for sure that it would be a whole lot of fun to be on the DDB team putting together this stunt.
See more of the spots that DDB Tribal put together on I Believe in Advertising
“American designer Chris Bangle explains his philosophy that car design is an art form in its own right, with an entertaining — and ultimately moving — account of the BMW Group’s Deep Blue project, intended to create the SUV of the future.”
Chris Bangle was also one of the first car designers that applied the architectural concept of deconstructivism to automotive design.