Interactive LED wall in Montreal


Vimeo poster Steve Bulhoes writes:

This is a project I worked on with Marc-André Baril while I was at Moment Factory. They created an interactive wall for the tourist information office, La Vitrine in Montreal.

The installation includes tracking devices and low-resolution LED displays and is capable of showing many different visualizations based on the presence and movement of people.

Visitors can interact with the installation every night from 7 PM to 11 PM. La Vitrine, 145, rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montréal

La Vitrine – Montreal [Thanks, Katie Wilson!]

4 thoughts on “Interactive LED wall in Montreal

  1. teleny2 says:

    It looks like it goes into a certain kind of display while people are standing or walking in front of it, then, if no one’s there, it gets “bored” and changes its strategy until someone comes by…Touching the door, it “welcomes” the person inside.

    Like a sea organism.

  2. Rasmus Hildonen says:

    Check out this also:


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