LAN game on iPad and 3D printing
Virtual graffiti on giant screens
During the whole month of December, the Place de L'Europe in Lausanne was illuminated by the interactive projections of Pimp My Wall.
Every evening, you could discover a new collaborative mini-game different from the previous one! We had the incredible chance of being featured on the busiest place in Lausanne.
Nicolas Bamert, aka L'Original, a renowned local street artist, decorated the windows of the magnificent Closelet Mall in Lausane using our Live Painting system.
Migros Vaud trusted us to decorate their freshly renovated mall, ideally located close to the train station of Lausanne. Our collaboration with an artists allowed to give this project a more artistic touch.
The Centre Patronal organizes talks and invites celebrity speakers every year to talk about the economy.
During that event, the audience could participate in the debate by using Twitter, Facebook or our dedicated webapp. Fullrange Interactive's social wall is so simple to use that our client was able to set it up and get it up and running all by themselves.
Baleinev Festival is where Pimp My Wall was born. Since 2013, one of the biggest musical events of the area trusts us to visually animate the entire festival. Pimp My Wall bring a high-tech touch to Baleinev Festival that the public loves.
Every year, we bring something new and exclusive. That's how in 2016 giant touch screens and cooperative live-painting were born, in collaboration with the artists Nicolas Bamert, aka L'Original, on the now famous HEIG-VD building tower.
For the Swiss national independence day, the city of Yverdon-les-Bains organizes L'Autre 1er Août, an event where music and animation unite. We conceived an interactive fireworks display that the public could control using their smartphone.
To promote its only myBCVS platform, the Cantonal Bank of Valais (BCVS) trusted us to create a viral selfie contest. Participants published their selfies using Facebook or Instagram after posing in front of a screen visible in broad daylight.
Touch portals allow two persons who can't see each other to meet by interconnected drawings. Two touch giant 2m touch screens were set up at opposing points in the city of Yverdon-les-Bains. When somebody was drawing on one portal, the drawing appeared on the other as well!
Drawing with your shadow is possible thanks to Pimp My Shadow. The technology we developped integrates perfectly with nature and allows people's silhouette to be outlined as they're standing in front of the screen.
Every 15 seconds, a "photo" is taken in a changing color. This allows people to create an ephemeral artwork in a fun and intuitive way.
Come a little closer. and help Vivianne pick an apple from a tree by raising your hand — you'll get a free apple! These machines are going around Switzerland during all of 2018.
We developped a machine from A to Z, including microengineer, mechanics and high-level programming with the Kinect sensor. These machines are easy to manage and refill, even by untrained personnel.
Take a photo with a fun filter such as the crown, the angel ring or even Bredzon, a traditionnal swiss outfit! With a single push of the buzzer, the photo is ready and printed instantly.
Our facial tracking technology is not limited to a certain amount of people. It's thus possible to take a big group selfie. Our system is more intuitive than the competition and operates with the push of a button.
Throw emojis from your smartphone and create chaos on the side of a building! This interactive art piece was met with great success at Morat Light Festival.
We developped an easy-to-use and intuitive web application that we coupled to our interactive mapping system.
Febex's expertise was illustrated with 2 activities: a multi-player iPad game that makes the tables compete against eachother, as well as 3D printing.
We created 2 web-based mini-games that we deployer to 20 iPads at the same time. The goal was to illustrate the purity of the products manufactured by Febex. The scores of each table was displayed in real-time on a giant screen. This concept got the guests' full attention and allowed them to compete against each other in a fun way.
During the meal, we also started a multi-color 3D printing job that we broadcast live on the giant screen, illustrating Febex's ability to adapt.
In association with street artist Made By Stern, 2 giant surfaces allowed people to get familiar with Virtual Graffiti. The artist and festival-goer duality created a fun synergy, encouraging people to try our product.
Virtual Graffiti is a variant of the technology used in our giant touch screens. The system allows to virtually paint using digital spray paint cans in the color of your choice. The system also allows for instant printing of the canvas.
Note: images above are also from another event at The Docks in Lausanne