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BLITZ premieres “Adobe Creativity Conducted,” an HD Flash Interactive Holographic Wall Experience controlled with Wii remotes, at Adobe MAX 07 Conference, Chicago

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“Adobe Creativity Conducted” Interactive Wall Experience features a holographic-like projection system on which you can paint images and designs using a Nintendo Wii remote control. This full screen Flash application runs in HD resolution, and was premiered during the primary Adobe party of the MAX 07 Conference in Chicago. The experience ran uninterrupted for the duration of the party (4 hours), and received nonstop foot traffic resulting in 68 artistic creations submitted as images to a Flickr account.

Creativity Conducted, submitted artwork

Creativity Conducted, UI sample

Creativity conducted, UI sample

Creativity Conducted, submitted artwork

Creativity Conducted, UI sample

The interactive wall was built on Adobe Technologies and Tools, and really shows off how far the Flash Player can be pushed these days. Taking advantage of the latest multi-core capability additions in the “Movie Star” release of the player, we achieved 30-60fps, running at 1280×720 resolution.

In case you missed the wall or MAX altogether, below is the video footage from the event. You can also view the artwork created from MAX on our “Adobe Creativity Conducted” Flickr account. And if you want to see the wall for yourself, it is making its way around the country to the following destinations:
• AIGA in Denver, CO – 10/10/2007 (done)
FITC in Hollywood, CA – 10/22/2007
OFFF in New York, NY – 11/02/2007
• Adobe 25th Anniversary, San Jose, CA – 12/2007

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BLITZ is also doing an “In The Making Of” session at FiTC Hollywood, at 4pm on Monday, October 22nd. Be sure to check back as we’ll be adding an in-depth, ‘making-of’ post with the inside scoop on how this project came together.

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Thanks to everyone who attended the Adobe MAX 07 conference, 3 Decades of Adobe party and the “Adobe Creativity Conducted” sessions. You helped us make this launch a great success.

Creativity Conducted Crew

Adobe MAX: Preparing the Screen

Adobe MAX: Prepping is hard work

Creativity Conducted: Set and ready to go

Creativity Conducted in action

{ 8 comments }

Brendan October 19, 2007 at 8:24 am

Wow. That’s amazing! Nice work.

drew October 23, 2007 at 5:08 pm

what exactly are you using to get the wii mote to move the mouse in conjunction with your mac?

I’m working on somethign for wii motes and macs and would love to know how you got it to work

Jason November 9, 2007 at 10:14 am

Is there anyway to see this online? I have a Wiimote hooked up to a Bluetooth USB dongle and would like to try it out. I have the WiiFlash server installed, but… can it only be running locally?

Jonathan Moore December 12, 2007 at 12:39 am

I wasn’t able to see this installation in person, but this is definitely an area of interactive that gets me excited. I can see how using non-traditional, non-web interactive that allows a user to experience a brand is ready to take off. Great work guys!

Guido June 17, 2008 at 12:00 am

what kind of holographic screen have you used?

masood May 19, 2009 at 11:36 pm

hi you have done brilliant job dude i like it
what kind of holographic screen have you used?

Antonio June 18, 2009 at 2:42 pm

de pocamadre!…

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