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Friday, May 6 • 10:15am - 10:35am
The Art of Messing with People

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Why can’t a sword be used to create an art piece? What if spirit animals followed you on a bike ride? Shouldn’t a pool light up with animations when you jump in? At Red Paper Heart, these are the odd questions that they ask each other – and they’re about playing with users expectations of physical objects. Enter the transformative world of interactive installations. Responsive technology can redefine the rules for even the simplest of objects by changing their function. Deftly alternating between gratifying and confounding deep-seated expectations can create surprising moments of delight. In this session, Daniel will talk about swords, music boxes and how they created surprisingly immersive art installations with them. And why cats can’t hold swords.


Experts
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Daniel Scheibel

Co-Founder / Tech Director, Red Paper Heart
As a founding partner of Red Paper Heart, Daniel leads a team of creative coders who combine physical and digital art to build fun, honest experiences. Daniel’s unique understanding of interactive animations is coupled with an appreciation for quality design. He has created award-winning work for clients like Adobe, American Express, HBO, Lucasfilm and Nike.

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Red Paper Heart

Red Paper Heart is an art studio composed of designers and coders who work together to combine interactivity and animation. We are passionate about finding ways to connect objects, spaces and people to create fun, honest experiences.


Friday May 6, 2016 10:15am - 10:35am
NYIT AOB 1871 Broadway, New York, NY 10023

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