Snarkitecture – Sway

Commissioned for the gallery at Intersect by Lexus, designed and produced by Snarkitecture, Sway is a participatory installation made from 150 white spheres mounted to gently swaying poles that are arranged in two precise fields. Surrounded by mirrors, the ground and ceiling planes are reflected to form an infinite parabolic enclosure. In direct response to [...]

Google – ASCII Badge

Brooklyn Research worked with Google to conceptualize, design, and develop to create a unique badge for events held in honor International Women's Day and Women Techmakers. After sketching a series of designs, Brooklyn Research created a simple mobile app and badge printer which allowed attendees to create a badge of themselves rendered into ASCII art [...]

Samsung – 360 Sphere

Made for our client Relevent and with fabrication by Bednark Studio, the Samsung 360 Sphere experience is an installation at Samsung's flagship 837 experience center. Brooklyn Research synchronized an array of Samsung phones to display 360 images or videos. The phones act as a viewport to a part of the 360 content and users can rotate the installation to see [...]

Interactive Soccer Goal – Nike

An interactive soccer goal installation for Nike's flagship Midtown Manhattan store. Brooklyn Research devised and programmed sensors for tracking people within the interactive space as well as for sensing when a goal has been made sending out triggers for interactive light columns. This project was done under AV&C and Tangram.

LED Locker Wall – US Open

A LED locker wall system for the US Open allowing people to check in their portable devices to charge in a lockers. Each locker was a pixel for an 8-bit like display with various visual modes. These panels were designed, fabricated and programmed by Brooklyn Research for the Chase US Open 2016 kiosk done by [...]

Design Disrupted 2014 – Lexus / Fashion Week

Lexus kicked off the 2014 New York Fashion Week with their annual Design Disrupted event. This year they highlighted British designer Gareth Pugh via an immersive fashion presentation. Brooklyn Research was brought in to help create the interactive portion of the performance. We created a mechanism that enabled users to control larger than life videos [...]

Fit Test – New Era

What’s a sports fan without swag? We created a hands off hat sizer for sports fans to get the perfect fit every time. Simply standing at our “Fit Test” pod was enough to ensure the perfect fit, every time. A kinect gathered three-dimensional sizing information from users, which was cross referenced with average head proportions [...]

Verizon Power House – Verizon

Verizon transformed Bryant Park during SuperBowl XLVIII into an interactive NFL media event. At the “Power House” people were invited to charge their phones, play with avatars of their favorite football player, and get a sneak peak at Verizon’s new technologies. Brooklyn Research created and managed a biometric user registration system allowing users to create [...]