The British Music Experience wanted to expand their outreach work and decided that a classic Routemaster bus would be the ideal solution. This 'moving museum' offers artist master-classes, Q&A's, jam sessions and more.
To coincide with the Future by Airbus launch event, Clay produced iPad and iPhone apps to take the Concept Cabin to a wider audience.
Working with the communications agency Good Relations, Clay devised apps and software to help Airbus S.A.S. launch their vision of the future of air travel.
Using bespoke computer vision techniques, the visitor's hand is measured and biometric data is obtained. As well as showing the visitor how important biometrics are, the exhibit goes on to use the biometric data to guess the visitor's gender!
Clay designed and produced a real-time ambient clock installation for the headquarters of Horus Capital in Moscow, Russia.
Working to an ambitious and demanding brief, Clay designed and developed a 31 square-meter interactive wall of thousands of images, videos and detailed case study material that explores the nature and impact of global warming. This mosaic of imagery is arranged by topic and hue, and is then animated by the constant activity of visitors.
Using augmented reality and a book interface, What's Causing The Warming? employs a series of pop-up animations to explore the evidence behind the most likely causes of the increasing temperature.
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Clay created the British Museum’s first iPhone app to accompany the Book of the Dead exhibition.
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Not an exhibit in itself, Clay's Macontrol software allows all of Clay's Mac OS X based exhibits to be connected to show control systems deployed by Sysco Audio Visual Systems to monitor and maintain the millions of pounds worth of equipment located at exhibition.
Using our proprietary generative audio software 'Pure Events', Sally Rogers and Steve Jones were commissioned to create an audio palimpsest based on the last 60 years of popular music.