A e-paper signage specially designed for the Fondation Vincent Van Gogh
Facing the invasion of our cities with monitor based digital signage, The Vibrant Project began to think about different applications using electronic paper.
Electronic paper is an emerging technology including very low power consumption, thin profile and high resolution. Moreover it is a passive display technology with no direct light emission, hence very soft and discreet for users. The result is a dynamic display surface which really looks like paper!
Located in the City of Arles in the south of France (Provence), the Fondation Vincent Van Gogh is a very special museum centered of the famous Vincent Van Gogh who spent 15 months in the city of Arles, where he painted his finest masterpieces.
At the entrance of the Fundation, The Vibrant Project designed a beautiful signage, incrusted into the wall, embedding two 10 inches displays. The display can be remotely managed through a web interface allowing the content to be changed and scheduled.
The Vibrant Project, for the Fondation Vincent Van Gogh, Arles, 2013.
A media clothes rack specially designed for Kenzo
This piece of furniture is exclusively designed in collaboration with Kenzo France.
It has already been installed in several stores :
- Hong Kong New Yahoan Fashion
- Shanghai L’Avenue
- Shanghai IAPM
- Dubai Mall Of Emirates
- Abu Dhabi Sowwah Square
- Hankyu Men’s Tokyo
- Central Embassy Bangkok
Named OZ Totem, this object is part of the new Kenzo concept which will be deployed across the world in the next months.
This very special clothes rack embeds two ultra slim 46′ screens into a sharp anodized aluminum structure. It is produced in two different anodizing colors : “Peach” and “Dark Blue”.
its video content can be managed in a very simple way and from any place around the world through Internet.
OZ Totem @ Shanghai L’Avenue
OZ Totem @ Dubai MOE
The Vibrant Project, for Kenzo Paris, 2013.
For Biotherm, we invented an immersive room allowing visitors to dive into the deep seas world.
In collaboration with BIOTHERM and VE-ART on their “Beauty From The Deep Exeperience”, The Vibrant Project created an immersive room allowing visitors to dive into the deep seas world.
This experience took place in several cities :
– Paris – Lyon – Marseille – Bordeaux – Lille
The installation consists in a dark room bathed in a blue ambiant light. At the back of the room, a big world map invite people to discover around the globe three different microorganisms.
Entering the room, each person is assigned an aquatic avatar represented by blue vibrant cells on a ground and a particular sound.
Moving accross the room, the avatar stay connected to his owner and moves with him.
When two or more group of cells are close enough they seems to merge in a bigger cell.
Sometimes, a cell separate itself from his owner to reach the world map, inviting the user to get closer of the world map.
In front of the map, on the ground, there are 3 halos of light. Entering into a light is the starting point of your journey…
– CREDITS –
VE-ART | Project Management
The Vibrant Project | Engineering / Interactive Design
Pascal Lengagne / Kirikoo Des | Sound Design
Julien d’Andon | Motion design