Auckland's Ferry Building serves as a canvas for a larger-than-life interactive light show
An interactive installation, "Night Lights" counts on bodies, hands and mobile phones to bring a massively colorful game of charades to life. Staged at Auckland's Ferry Building, the project is the upshot of a joint effort between four creative agencies and the public.
Using software made with the openFrameworks library by YesYesNo (and currently being prepped for open-source release), the team projected a sequence of six scenes every hour onto the building's facade over the course of five days. The project was created for the re-branding of Telecom New Zealand, transforming the city's main transportation hub into an exciting display of lights.
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