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Can stepping beyond – or into – the screen actually bring us closer together? A Frame Awards 2020 discussion dove in to the question. Watch it now.
Amsterdam – For the FW21 iteration of fashion trade show Modefabriek, designer Hilde Koenders produced a kinetic pavilion with audio-visual media.
Longyearbyen, Norway – You’ll have to make it to Longyearbyen – a town on a Norwegian archipelago between the mainland and North Pole – to visit The Arc, a Snøhetta-designed …
New York City – Richard Dupont uses the human form to explore the ways in which technology is changing our relationships to our bodies, and to each other.
Selfridges is taking advantage of consumer enthusiasm for the intangible by working with digital artists for everything from visual merchandising to social media campaigns.
Tokyo – TeamLab’s ‘digital receptionist’ for DMM.com welcomes visitors to a space that responds to human motion.
Tokyo – Curiosity’s proposal for Hipanda’s Omotesando store is a choose-your-own-adventure mystery tour disguised as a retail experience.
Amsterdam – At Frame Lab 2019, the German company’s collaboration with Marc Gumpinger was installed to give visitors an illuminated, immersive experience.
New York City – Cactus unveils Lab100, the preventive clinic of the future – driven by AI. That being said, how can machine learning transform the patient experience?
Amsterdam – Amsterdam-based digital fashion house The Fabricant will showcase fashion’s hand in retail’s tech shift, as recently explored for Hong Kong retailer I.T.
Amsterdam – Sakchin Bessette, co-founder of the globally renowned entertainment studio Moment Factory, gives insight into creating shared experiences in the digital age.
Shanghai – Daylab Studio came up with a simple solution that has a large impact on how a Chinese e-tailer uses their limited floor space.
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