Category Archives: Project
By Sarah | Published: July 19, 2012
We collaborated with Intel as they launched 3rd Generation Intel Core processor to create Triptych. Powered by the latest generation of Ultrabooks and Inspired by Intel, the launch event used immersive installations to bring Intel’s new processors to life. We teamed up with Blink Art and Protein to produce the installation and launch event in the […]
By Sarah | Published: March 23, 2012
The Hello Cube was installed on the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall bridge from Friday March 23rd to Sunday March 25th, 2012, as part of Tate Collectives Infinite Kusama. This was part of Tate’s Yayoi Kusama exhibition programme and innovative new approach to digital interaction for the UK’s largest public art institution. The Hello Cube is […]
By Sarah | Published: February 28, 2012
For TED 2012 at Long Beach, California, Hellicar & Lewis were commissioned to create The Dewar’s Hub. Dewars partnered with TED to sponsor its annual technology conference TED and this year debuted its interactive ‘Dewar’s Hub’. Hellicar and Lewis collaborated with Nexus Interactive Arts to create an interactive digital installation that linked social media comment […]
By Sarah | Published: January 11, 2012
The Somantics project is a suite of applications that use touch, gesture and camera input to encourage, capture and amplify the interests of young people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions and other related communication difficulties. The overarching goal of Somantics is promote greater self-awareness, confidence and independence. Interaction with Somantics is repetitious, flowing and highly expresssive. The applications […]
By admin | Published: March 22, 2011
A 24 Hour Music Event broadcast on the Internet that allowed interaction with a projection mapped multi-touch sculptural object in studio, with the fans interacting live via Twitter.
By Joel | Published: March 11, 2011
A new version of our Feedback Installation, created in collaboration with Todd Vanderlin.
By Joel | Published: March 2, 2011
For the premiere reception of the film adaptation of the book “Norwegian Wood” by Haruki Murakami in London at the Haunch of Venison Gallery, we created an audio responsive projection. Containing four scenes, the installation references the art direction of the film and the traditional imagery of Japanese seasons. Full source is available at our […]
By Joel | Published: November 23, 2010
A body reactive wall based interactive installation.
By Joel | Published: October 25, 2010
An audio responsive mask installation for the Victoria and Albert Museum.
By admin | Published: October 15, 2010
As part of the Turner Prize 2010, we were commissioned to create an installation that allowed visitors to comment on the nominee show live via Twitter - either on-site or remotely.