Kinecity creates interactive environments that change and alter based on your creativity. For example, the Dialog Table is a shared interface where you use hand gestures to discover more about the artworks at the Walker Art Center. Several people can gather around and together explore the table’s movies, narratives and 3D journeys. At 7 World Trade Center we use camera-based systems to analyze patterns of pedestrian movement and express that as vertical light patterns on the first seven floors of the facade.
All our projects are now fault-tolerant. This means that you can disconnect any component and the design will still work. Combined with robust Linux programming, this unique combination means ultimate longevity suitable for both buildings and museums.
Building on our deep software base, we work closely and creatively with each client to guarantee unrivalled robustness coupled with speed of execution and delivery. Our projects are both captivating and exciting resolutions of the complex contemporary need for responsive environments.
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