Architecture

Contemporary Hong Kong Techinology Esprit light and sound wave

The sound wave and  and technology of which the hong kong people,made is very electronic wave and  sound wave An interactive application was created especially for the gallery opening. Visitors can project energy onto the wall by means of a microphone: depending on how loudly they speak into it, different shapes are created which flow across the entire wall. A reactive installation has also been created for concerts: notes are translated synaesthetically into shapes and colours.

The displays are designed computationally, so theoretically an infinite wealth of dynamic sequences can be generated within a predefined spectrum. In this way the shapes change constantly, transforming both the atmospheric effect of the wall and ultimately the way visitors experience the space. They form a flowing, visual landscape which extends the gallery out into the urban environment, giving it a visual identity.

                                                HONG KONG ESPRIT AND SOUND WAVE

espritfacade_main4people from hong kong like to see the view of the technology,of which you can see the big image on the  wall which fit each part of the wall.The third module is also based on pictures used by Esprit in its corporate communication. In contrast to the patterns of the second module these images are initially recognisable, though they subsequently dissolve into abstract traces of colour.

THE ELECTRONIC IMAGE TECHNOLOGY

espritfacade the electricity technology of the wall picture is beautiful,because you can see the big image of your self fit the big wall The animations shown in a loop on the facade consist of three modules. Firstly there is text information on events which varies graphically in its computational design. A second element is provided by abstract colour patterns which shroud the building. These are created by scanning in pictures from the collection and having their colour tonalities analysed.

ELECTRICITY SOUND WAVE

enbw_An interactive application was created especially for the gallery opening. Visitors can project energy onto the wall by means of a microphone: depending on how loudly they speak into it, different shapes are created which flow across the entire wall. A reactive installation has also been created for concerts: notes are translated synaesthetically into shapes and colours.

The displays are designed computationally, so theoretically an infinite wealth of dynamic sequences can be generated within a predefined spectrum. In this way the shapes change constantly, transforming both the atmospheric effect of the wall and ultimately the way visitors experience the space. They form a flowing, visual landscape which extends the gallery out into the urban environment, giving it a visual identity.

THE MUSIC LIGHT SOUND WAVE

ytLEDs are embedded in the rear of the white Corian wall. When switched off, these are not visible from the front, but when they are switched on the LEDs shine through the wall and change it from an architectural object to a voluminous, cinematic surface. Various auto-active installations were developed for this media wall which take up the motif of architectural space, featuring flowing, abstract, organic shapes. This flow of particles visualises energy as a shaping force.

THE POWER SOUND WAVE DISPLAY

main_04

he power company EnBW runs a gallery for exhibitions and cultural events at its Berlin site. An elongated, curved media wall forms the central design element of the room, which passers-by can look into through the glass facade. Displays show varying interpretations of the theme of energy, depending on the current focus.

i am professional of my self to write..

Shares

web hosting counter