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Omni VR Treadmill Kickstarter

Omni VR Treadmill Kickstarter

Be one of the first to own the Omni virtual reality treadmill. It’s the perfect companion to the Oculus Rift, but you can also use the Omni to play any PC game.  It can also be used for fitness and virtual tourism or inspection.

Touchscreen-Paper Interface

Touchscreen-Paper Interface

DigInfo reports on a futuristic interface developed by Fujitsu which allows for accurate touchscreen-like interactions and gestures on paper and other surfaces. The company plans on commercializing the tech by 2014.

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Do Not Touch

Do Not Touch

(NSFW: Brief Nudity) Do Not Touch is an interactive music video for Kilo by Light Light. Participate in a variety of mini-games using your mouse cursor along with the people who played before you. Made by Moniker.

Angles Mirror

Angles Mirror

Artist Daniel Rozin’s latest interactive creation uses 465 motors and spokes to create geometric shapes, wavy lines, and replicates the movements of those who stand in front of it. Available through Bitforms Gallery NYC.

MLB Mission Control

MLB Mission Control

A baseball fanatic’s dream machine, this NASA-inspired control panel created by Breakfast offers immediate access to tons of real-time baseball stats at the flip of a switch. On display at the MLB Fan Cave in NYC.

Firewall

Firewall

By combining a Spandex surface with projections and a Kinect, Aaron Sherwood and Michael Allison created a stunning work of interactive art that only slightly reminds us of Cronenberg’s Videodrome.

The Bottle

The Bottle

The video artists of Poland’s White Kanga have come up with a way to project images onto 3D surfaces and dynamically adjust the projection based on the movement of the objects.

The Alchemy of Light

The Alchemy of Light

Performance artist a dandypunk created this interactive live production which combines dance and movement with projection mapping as his only source of illumination.

Zombie Shopping Mall

Zombie Shopping Mall

We wish we were in London now so we could go to wish.uk’s Zombie Shopping Mall Experience, complete with Hollywood special effects, police firearm training and video game-style missions.

Interactive Starry Night

Interactive Starry Night

Digital artist Petros Vrellis took Van Gogh’s classic post-impressionist painting and turned it into a moving work of art, complete with touch, gesture and sound-based interactions.

Still Life

Still Life

We can’t think of anything more boring in the art world than a still life painting of fruit. But digital artist Scott Garner livens things up a bit with his interactive version and its motion sensing frame.

Periodic Table of Swearing 2

Periodic Table of Swearing 2

(NSFW: Language) Even better than than the original obscenity-filled table, this version actually swears at you when you push its buttons. And if you’re not British, you’ll learn a thing or two.

Floating Orchestra

Floating Orchestra

This interactive installation by Poietic Studio lets you conduct a symphony of 19 floating spheres, held in space by jets of air. The coolest part is the iPhone-powered motion control.

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Metropolis II Kinetic Sculpture

Metropolis II Kinetic Sculpture

Chris Burden gathered 1,200+ custom-designed cars to race around a handmade large-scale artwork, named Metropolis II, which also contains a large railway and LEGO and Lincoln log buildings.

DaVinci on Kinect

DaVinci on Kinect

The guys at Razorfish have ported their DaVinci touch-screen interface to the Xbox 360 Kinect, providing users with the ability to create objects in thin air, then interact with them on screen.

AVCLASH

AVCLASH

This Flash-based interactive artwork lets you create mesmerizing audiovisual compositions which belong on a big screen at a rave. Watch the video demo or just start playing with AVCLASH now.

SMSlingshot

SMSlingshot

Berlin’s VR/Urban put together this strange contraption: a slingshot, which when fired, sends an SMS message through the air and lands it on a big screen. Weird, but cool when you see it.

Incredibox

Incredibox

This interactive Flash website lets you create your own a capella beatbox vocal group. Just select your vocalists, set the effects, and let ’em sing. Almost as good a timewaster as Google Pac-Man.

Firefly Interactive Lighting

Firefly Interactive Lighting

Vincent Moreau and Kevin Riou have created Firefly, interactive lighting with behavior similar to an insect cloud. The light alternately disperses, merges and evolves through visitor movements.

Dorm Window Light Show

Dorm Window Light Show

Students at Wroclaw University of Technology in Poland converted the dorm windows of their building facade into their 4th entertaining light show complete with music and animation.

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Rust Mirror

Rust Mirror

Daniel Rozin built this interactive sculpture which reflects movements of bystanders onto 768 oxidized steel tiles, controlled by motors which angle them to create shades of light and dark.

The Minimum Wage Machine

The Minimum Wage Machine

This mechanical device by artist Blake Fall-Conroy does one thing and one thing only. It pays you $7.15 an hour by simply turning the crank. Despite the tedium, it’s probably better than your job.

Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

The Deluxx Fluxx Arcade is an enveloping art collaboration between famed street artists Faile & Bast, where game rooms and machines are transformed into an interactive experience.

Analog Tetris

Analog Tetris

If your feeble mind can’t keep up with these newfangled digital video games, then perhaps a game of Analog Tetris is for you. You’ve gotta think quick with bricks dropped by a real live human.

Drawing with Flame

Drawing with Flame

Animator Peter Blaskovic’s Flame will pull you in with its initial simplicity, but artists will find themselves completely enthralled by the ethereal works they can create with the little Flash app.

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