Monday, June 19, 2017

Augmented Reality Sandbox at Commercial Street Night Market in Bellingham

It was an honor to bring out the world famous "Sandbox of Life" interactive art installation to the Commercial Street Night Market in Bellingham this June.

The night market is a great gathering of all things art, music, foods, and culture in Bellingham. It is put on by the Downtown Bellingham Partnership and there are a few each month, each summer.

For this occasion we transformed a bike lock area into a next level enter for innovative new media art. We did this by bringing out one of the Sandboxes of Life. This is a great way to engage with people as it is very interesting to look at and really draws people in. All you need to do is move the sand around and it comes to life before your eyes.

Add to that a few of the CUBIX Modular Staging System pieces, a few digital LED tubes, and some plants and the stage was set for a real good time!

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Projection Mapping for Paint Bham' Blue & WWU

Wow, that was a great time watching those fireworks pop off while the projection mapping lit up the skyline.

Such was "Paint Bham Blue", an event put on by Western Washington University that celebrates the arrival of the newest freshman class by throwing an event downtown and welcoming the students in.

We were happy to contribute our favorite blend of projection mapping. We crafted a 3D model and outline of the building and then handed the assets off to the WWU design team. When they were finished rendering it was time to let it shine through 30k lumens of light cast onto the awesome architecture of the historic Herald building.

See the rest of our mapping rapport at

The Sandbox of Life Art Installation at What The Festival 2015

Fresh from the memories of What The Festival 2015 is a great video detailing some of the Sensebellum experiences at the 3 day music festival.

2 of the famous Sandboxes of Life collaborated to bring a geodesic dome to life in the Illuminated Forest section of the festival grounds.

At it's core the art installation uses augmented reality and projection mapping to bring to life the sandy terrain which you can sculpt and play with. It's a perfect interaction for a music festival because patrons can get so creative inside and the possibilities are really never ending.

Find out more about the full lineup of original art installations at: