Engaging interactive installation for the touring AniMotion exhibition, featuring a fully automated face-recognition camera and rear-projection structure

18 July – 10 October 2015

Street Arts professionals annual gathering: 48 hrs of inspiration, creation and fun, a chance to recharge an re-connect - this year a the Watershed, Huddersfield, Yorkshire.

Our latest participatory projection installation uses 3-D face capture and mouth animation to put words in the audiences mouths

Lightweight wingfaces in Berlin

A 360˚ projection globe that invites audiences to have their picture mapped into live animations that swarm around the globe alongside movies, audio, graphic effects, pictures, text and even Tweets.

Codex - The neverending Book of Fables

A giant illuminated projection book filled with a thousand-and-one fables all animated wth intriguing images.  This book will read you a story; with animated images and an automated Twitter chat-bot.

Rogues Gallery

Mixing contemporary local faces with archive portraits of the people in a cranky automated photographic studio.

6 million+ Buttons: Rippon Cathedral

We are part of the arts team developing a permanent, public sculpture in Huddersfield commemorating the Jews and other minorities killed in the Holocaust and in continuing genocides.

A vintage looking camera at an outdoor photography station contain face recognition software that takes a short sequence of images. These are combined with other quirky imagery and the resulting live animations are projected onto a large translucent screen.