Digging through my hard drives, I realized there are some older projects I did, I have never mentioned on this site. Kinetisphere is one of such works.

Created to celebrate the launch of the Nexus Q, Kinetisphere is a monument to the confluence of modern design and digital music. Like the Nexus Q, Kinetisphere is designed to encourage social interaction and connect people. It’s a multi-sensory, multi-user participatory experience.

Built in 2012 for Google I/O conference, this was one of the very first projects I worked on after closing imago and moving to San Francisco. To be precise – I was tasked to create a series of audio-driven visuals displayed on an LED loop running around this sculpture. Paired with a talented Touch Designer artist, we built a number of presets users could cycle through as they interacted with the installation.


Created at: Bot&Dolly
Creative Director: Jeff Linnell
Executive Producer: Julia Gottlieb
Producer: Bill Galusha
Technical Director: Brian Holliday
Lead Developer: Ian Sherman
Design and AR: Tarik Abdel-Gawad
Engineering and Fabrication: Kendra Bryne, Matthew Bitterman
Art Director: Quba Michalski
Visual Design: Phil Reyneri
Sound Design: George William Upton
Tech: Aron Pruiett & Sean Servis
Client: Google

Original post on the Bot&Dolly website: http://www.botndolly.com/kinetisphere-2012

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