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18 FEBRUARY 2013

Universal Everything & Field: Deutsche Bank Hong Kong

"FIELD were invited by Universal Everything to bring their concepts to life using realtime code. A unique and unrepeatable experience amazes staff and guests every time they walk by this 12m wide screen installation at Deutsche Bank Hong Kong. The 8 ever–changing video artworks show atmospheric cityscapes, hand–drawn sceneries, patterns and landscape animations. All generated in realtime, passers–by are invited to discover new details every day."

(Marcus Wendt and Vera–Maria Glahn, 2010)

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20103D animationart of code • atmospheric cityscape • audiovisual • brand art • computational designdata visualisationDeutsche Bank • Deutsche Bank Hong Kong • Deutsche Bank Media Wall • digital print • digital screensexperience design • Field (collective) • financial datafinancial data visualisationgenerative designHong Konginteractive installation • landscape animations • Marcus Wendt • Matt Pyke • pattern • Pete Seaward • real-timerealtime animation • realtime code • realtime generated visualssite-specific visualisationUniversal Everything • Vera-Maria Glahn • video artwork

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Simon Perkins
03 APRIL 2005

Smart Space: interactive information data space

"Financial data and financial news, by its nature, is a very dry affair – well to most of us who are not in the financial world.

Bloomberg is about communication and information – and we had to find away to showcase this in away which would appeal to all age groups–all walks for life in this very public space opposite Tokyo Station in the new heart of Maruonuchi."

(Klein Dytham Architecture)

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2002 • Bloomberg ICE • Bloomberg LPdata visualisationdigital screensexperience designfinancial datafinancial data visualisation • icicle • interactioninteractive installation • Klein Dytham Architecture • real-timerealtime generated visuals • smart space • TokyoToshio Iwai
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