Artist Glen Fogel wanted to create an installation synchronizing lights, sounds, and video together as part of an immersive personal experience. Brooklyn Research aided this by creating the control system and custom video, light, and sound synchronization system as well as design and fabrication of the custom lighting elements.
Brooklyn Research was tapped to add interactivity to ID Magazine’s Future Fashion show. Complete with holographic models and virtual worlds, this show was a playground for new technologies. This first of it’s kind show leveraged smart phones and wearable devices to create an immersive event for everyone participating. We created a custom app for the [...]
From May to August 2014 the Metropolitan Museum of Art celebrated the work of iconic couturier Charles James. This exhibition used technology to highlight James’s use of of mathematical and sculptural processes. In Beyond Fashion, robotic arms projected light onto the designer’s gowns and synchronized with explanatory companion videos revealing the structure within. Brooklyn Research [...]