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Elliot Blanchard from Invisible Light Network gave a presentation at NYCCHI Presents: Connected Spaces - the Internet of Things in September 2013 at Parsons School of Design.
Elliot Kealoha Blanchard is an award-winning director, designer, and animator. He leads Invisible Light Network, an integrated creative studio involved in unique motion design, interactive work and short films. Invisible Light Network's clients include Google, UNICEF, Vitamin Water, and GE.
INVISIBLE LIGHT NETWORK: For South By Southwest 2013, Invisible Light Network built Ring - a connected space that represented a new way to measure grassroots buzz. Ring tracked Twitter and Tumblr activity for all 1800+ bands performing at SXSW Music, mapping the network of retweets and Tumblr reblogs that move initial posts through the social media world in a beautiful, biologically inspired metaphor - and allowing visitors to interact with the data through a touchscreen interface. And because Ring was built from the ground up as a hardware-accelerated Chrome app, anyone in the world was able to experience Ring using a Chrome browser.
Invisible Light Network also thought beyond the screen with their Nu project. Nu transformed music into a unique piece of wearable art - using sophisticated audio analysis, generative 3D code, and 3D printing, Nu transformed the fundamental musical elements of a song into a unique physical structure.
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