The Creators Project

Forest Lumina Is a Real-Life Enchanted Forest

Forest Lumina Is a Real-Life Enchanted Forest

Wind-Reactive Fabrics Change Color Like A Chameleon

Wind-Reactive Fabrics Change Color Like A Chameleon

Take an electrifying look inside the world’s first light art museum.

Make a wish, press a button, and send electric lasers and smoke through a tree.

Here’s how to take glitch selfies with your webcam

Gorgeous Digital Sculptures Resemble Extraterrestrial Coral Reefs

Reflective Photo Series Turns Manhattan Into A Mirror-World

Photos by Donna Dotan

Bring The Storm Inside With This Internet-Enabled Cloud Lamp

Hy-Fi: The Living’s Local, Sustainable, 10,000 Brick Mushroom Tower At MoMA PS1

Enter A Digitized Forest In This New Audiovisual Installation

When 3D scanning technologies have the ability to translate the real world into the digital, and immersive multimedia spaces—like Montreal’s Satosphére dome—can accurately re-house these 3D environments, it becomes a challenge to divine where life ends and augmented reality begins. A feat of ontological proportions, Nimbes, the new project from ex-AntiVJ visual art maestro Joanie Lemercier and electronic act Emptyset’s James Ginzburg, takes this spillover effect to soaring new heights by combining in-camera footage with 3D laser-scanned, and digitally represented reconstructions of breathtaking natural and man-made architectures at the Société Des Arts Technologiques's colossal dome in Montreal.

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