“Luxo jr.,” “Finding Nemo” and “Gone Nutty” are just a few highlights from the 20-year history of computer animation at Prix Ars Electronica. An interactive presentation system makes it easy for visitors to peruse outstanding animated films and visual effects that have been honored since 1987.
All prizewinning projects are presented in the form of a network on a large-format data wall. A media platform designed by the Ars Electronica Futurelab staff makes for convenient viewing of a selection of the best works. Visitors navigate by means of gentle hand motions above the presentation table, which eliminates the need for input devices like a keyboard, mouse or touchscreen. Sensors register visitors’ motions and open the requested content.
Greek Temple (Application)
I.L.V.O. – Santo Stino (Application)
Lentos Visualization (Application)
Leonardo da Vinci (Application)
Liquid Meditation (Application)
Multi Mega Book in the CAVE (Application)
Sinus Object (Application)
The Linz Local Transportation Hub (Application)
VAI Training Simulator (Application)
Virtual Reality Museum Vandalism (Application)
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