Septembre 2018, Chartres – France
This is the first time Pixel n’Pepper had the chance of creating an interactive installation for children and parents. They chose the Origami theme to create small 3D paper scenes. Using a touch screen of 42 inches, the user was able to choose between 4 different themes in which he could select different animations and apply them to the facade of the Chapel Ste Foy, which was divided into 5 zones. The players could also play with 3D objects such as a planet, a giant squid or a lion, and make them move in real-time, or change their textures and colors.
April 2018, Geneva – Switzerland
For it’s open doors day, Skynight in collaboration with Key Labs, created a racetrack projected on the floor of it’s warehouse, with real remote-control cars racing onto it.
To make the experience close to video games, the cars would flash in red every time they were out of the track and particles were generated in real time to create exhaust fumes behind the vehicles.
A smaller 2D version of the racetrack was displayed on a TV screen, giving information about the real-time position of each car and the number of laps it had completed.
This was all made possible thanks to BlackTrax technology to track the cars in real-time, and Modulo Kinetic using the tracking information to generate real-time particules and other projection effects on the moving cars.