Moment Factory, known for the visuals at Nine Inch Nails concerts and Cirque du Soleil shows, recently installed an interactive musical wall in the emergency waiting room of CHU Sainte-Justine, Montreal's Children's hospital.
It is part of a larger installation by Canadian film producer Denise Robert called La Maison de La Vie or House of Life, designed to help make the hospital visit, particularly for child visitors, a little more enjoyable. When the user places their hands near the wall, it produces colourful lines
and shapes accompanied by harmonious musical notes. Consisting of a wall
projector connected to motion sensors, the wall makes a different tune
every time a child plays with it.
San Franciscans passing through Justin Herman Plaza May 17th got a big surprise!
Overnight, Tourism British Columbia flipped the switch on the BC Moments Machine -- a one of a kind, 14-foot tall, 10-foot wide vending machine. Forget pop and chips though -- the BC Moments Machine offered items like mountain bikes, kayaks and made in BC surfboards.