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.
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.
In one of our first blog posts, we featured Arcade Fire’s Sprawl II music video that allowed you to control the dancing in the video with gestures via webcam. It looks like these types of videos are on the rise and here to stay. Check out Chairlift‘s Have We Met Before video. In which you can select the upcoming scenes with your arrow keys. It is subtle, but fun because you can keep going back and make all kinds of new stories.
If your still hungry after that, check out Arooga’s blog post featuring 10 interactive music videos.
This is the standard non interactive version of the video.
YEARS is a modified record player by German artist Bartholomäus Traubeck that plays actual wooden discs from tree stumps like a record.
Today David Bowie turns 65. Lets celebrate with a clip from one of my favorite movies, The Labrynth.
Multifaceted British designer/architect Mark Nixon creates Chimecco, a giant wind chime for the Danish Sculpture by the Sea Exhibition. The sculpture is constructed from over 600 pieces of bevel cut gold anodized aluminum ranging from about 5 inches to 12ft in length. The pipes sing in the wind and can also be physically interacted with. A beautiful example of interactive environmental design
Arcade Fire has struck again with an engaging interactive experience. The video is available in two formats, a traditional video as well as an interactive format in which the video sequence is determined by your motion via webcam.