Interactivity is rapidly moving into the world of architecture and exhibit design, creating immersive experiences that engage a user through all their senses by communicating with sight, sound and touch.
Nikolai will take you through the design and development process of some of the human-scale interactive projects he created in graduate school as well as some his recent professional work which includes interactive installations he helped concept and bring to life for the Detroit Auto Show.
He will present projects that embed media into environments, and enhance exterior building facades through the use of sensor technology and responsive projection. He will also discuss best practices for developing human-scale interaction, environmental interface and display systems.
To wrap things up Nikolai will present a wide variety of work from around the world that has been inspirational to his creative process.
Who this presentation is for:
Anyone interested in taking a shift away from the small screen to explore what goes into designing and developing interactive projects that engage people on a more direct and immersive level.
What attendees will walk away with:
– A better understanding of the design process involved in creating large scale interactive installations and environments.
– A better understanding of the technologies that are used to develop and build these experiences.
– A better understanding of where this emerging field of design is headed in the future, and how it will transform the way we interact with the world around us.