SenseScape

Submitted by Patten Studio

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Client: Intel

Location: Las Vegas, NV, United States

Completion date: 2016

Project Team

Artist

Mihae Mukaida

Patten Studio

Architect

Michael Klym

Taylor Group

Client

Victor Torregroza

Intel

Industry Resource

Raafi Rivero & Jordan Alport

The Color Machine

Overview

SenseScape is a multi-sensory interactive installation featuring Intel’s latest suite of technologies in IoT and computer vision at CES, the largest consumer electronics show in North America.

Goals

To engage seasoned tech executives and millennials alike, we needed to present an interactive environment that pushed the boundaries of Intel’s technology and rise above the din of CES. We used Intel’s RealSense 3D cameras to create an immersive ocean-inspired environment that responded to visitors’ motions. Custom-made Intel Curie-embedded bracelets allowed visitors to affect the onscreen marine life by recognizing specific gestures, like clapping, which caused the creatures to scatter. IoT technologies rounded out the interactive experience, allowing visitors to pluck harp strings generating a variety of musical notes and onscreen ripple effects.

Process

Intel is about more than just processors. As a brand, they’re focused on creating technologies that enable new kinds of experiences. Patten Studio designed SenseScape to help Intel showcase the richness of user engagement made possible by moving beyond the keyboard, mouse, and touchscreen.

Additional Information

The tactile, audio, and visual elements of the interaction gave CES attendees a glimpse into a future where the spaces around us do more than just quantify data. Giving them a chance to play with and discover how Intel’s technologies the latest Intel products also helped them discover the impact of their movements in fun and novel ways.