To celebrate their anniversary, Brazilian digital agency F.Biz created an interactive experience where users can request a song online and receive a one of a kind, visual representation of their song as a custom poster.
This interactive website/game allows users, with their keyboard, to see how well they could fare with impaired vision. youareblind.com
I remember learning typing in grade school. If you remember Mavis Beacon, this is similar to that typing course on steroids. See if you can type the lyrics to the songs instead of singing them. Test your skills at Typing Karaoke
Random International has created an amazing interactive experience. As visitors walk thru the 100ft corridor, they can hear the pitter patter of rain, feel the moisture and see the showers fall…all without feeling a single drop of water. Sophisticated sensors react to the movement and presence of the user to ensure that rain is detracted from their path.
This online invitation, The Story of Jess & Russ is beautifully done both in illustration, design, and programming. There are surprises everywhere on the website, and the movements of images on the site are very well done. A simple yet full and beautiful experience. Congrats!
Images are screenshots from Jess & Russ
Alas, I’ve fallen again for another digital billboard.
This time by the masterminds at Breakfast NYC. The billboard flawlessly marries kinect technology of today with an electromagnetic dot display of yesteryear to promote a new TNT television series premiering this fall called Perception. In addition to tracking and reflecting the users movement as he passes by the billboard, your movements can also be heard!
A nice interactive experience on the bike website Full Windsor, make sure you have sound open for full experience.
Images are screenshots of the website Full Windsor
Discovered this cute site Happiness Islands by Coca Cola that features several cute mini games in the style of Coca Cola’s branding. Pretty fun to play around.
Images are screenshots from Happiness Islands.
As part of the Google Experience program, Chaos To Perfection is a visual experience website lets you “scroll around” the Palace of Versailles.
Below are some screenshots I took while exploring the Hall of Mirrors. Go to Chaos To Perfection Website to explore the royal luxurious life yourself.
Images are screenshots from the website Chaos To Perfection.
The idea of recording the moments when people interact with the record and transforming it into beautiful graphic always amaze me, watch the video or check out the blog to read more on the process.
Images from Creative Applicants Network.