Carolien Teunisse and Bram Snijders talk about RE:, an ultraminimal installation that takes full advantage of the characteristics of projection mapping. Images beamed from a projector fixed in midair are reflected off three mirrors and projected back onto their source, as a result which the surface of the projector appears to liquefy, undulate, and whirl.
Bob Gussenhoven talks about Arcrane and Sloopvogels, a couple of absurdist game installations designed specifically for festivals. These were commissioned by FourceLabs and developed by Bob and a number of fellow students collectively known as Team Dynamo, as part of the Utrecht School of the Arts‘ game design & development bachelor program.
Christian Boer (StudioStudio) talks about Typeface Dyslexie, a font specifically designed for people with dyslexia that reduces the number of reading errors as well as the effort it takes to read a text.
Adriaan de Jongh (Game Oven) talks about Fingle, a two-player iPad game about awkwardness and intimacy that can be best described as “Twister for your hands”.