NoComputer is a collective of creative developers specialised in interactive installations. We take cool stuff: Kinect, iPad, Arduino, projection mapping, led technology, smart tv's, HD cams, ... and create other cool stuff with it.
By exploring the boundaries of interaction and new technologies we create installations for fairs, events, museums, gallery's, private collections and the public space.
Video installation for Carlsberg. At the exclusive Venuez venue in Antwerp, Carlsberg threw a great party! A fantastic bar with a giant LED screen and a holographic projection. NoComputer programmed syncing and timing for multiple video's over the different screens, non stop for two days.
Interactive clothing selector. During the Hermes fashion show in Paris, guests could take a picture of themselves, change their outfit and email their picture.
All remote controlled with an iPad.
The Toastsmachine invites people to toast to the future. Speech and gesture recognition are used to trigger a camera which takes an HD snapshot.
These images are then projected in a carroussel on different screens.
A Puppet control game.
Kids were able to control their virtual avatar with their body and movements.
Refugees leave everything and everyone behind to escape violence. A fact which UNHCR made shockingly clear on World Refugee Day (20 June). By giving Belgium a taste of that very same violence. Not for real but at least very realistic thanks to this projection mapping on the Place du Luxembourg in Brussels.
Nocomputer worked on the scenario and did the projection mapping for this impressive show.
A big screen big Dance Battle for Samsung at Sensation White
Virtual robots copying the visitors dance moves combining it into a contest where the winner took it all.
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