Resn, the Wellington based web wizards, have recently created a piece of interactive digital art to accompany SBTRKT’s new song ‘Look Away’, featuring a scarily realistic floating female head.
A couple of university students have designed an interactive glove that lets you actually feel what's on your computer.
What does Lego in the 21st century look like? Build With Chrome offers a taste.
Gibson Group are updating the concept of what a 21st-century museum can and should offer. Who said history had to be boring?
TouchHistory by the Gibson Group has brought the digital collections of museums, city governments, and corporate archives to life in a socially interactive environment.
QR codes have slowly started to infiltrate the local scene (see our story on how to use QR codes in your business), but it'd be a stretch at this stage to say they've rocked the marketing world. Enter Boxtcode, patent-pending smartphone technology that aims to resolve the limitations of QR codes.
Did you miss the Matariki art installations along Auckland's waterfront last week? See some highlights from Reflect: Move Towards the Light below.
Tapping into the rising popularity of QR codes, Waterfront Auckland is boasting a new attraction that uses your smartphone to take you on an interactive tour of the city’s best sights.
A custom Xbox Kinect game collaboration for Smith&Smith has snagged local creative agency Method Studios gold at the 2012 Communicator Awards.
The Samoan art forms of Tatau (tattoo) and Tapa (bark cloth) have gone all 2.0 in the hands of Vaimaila Urale, who has created a unique set of digital patterns using basic keyboard characters, motifs and symbols.