Digital Media Guide for the permanent exhibition “Lebensfluten – Tatensturm” in the Goethe National Museum in Weimar, Germany.
For the new permanent exhibition “Lebensfluten – Tatensturm” (“Flood of Life – Storm of Deeds”) in the Goethe National Museum in Weimar, Germany, MESO developed a media installation and a media guide.
A Projection Frieze for the D.A.M.
Interactive Visualization on Global Food Waste and Food Loss.
Interactive viewers showing the history of the Sociology in Frankfurt am Main
In cooperation with GFG/ Gruppe für Gestaltung GmbH MESO Digital Interiors developed an interactive table to present our client Jacobs University Bremen at the Expo10 in Shanghai.
Exhibits, LED Programming and Systems Integration for EnBW at the Cebit and HMI booth 2008
More than just the first large-scale vvvv user meeting
Over six days during the NODE08 – Forum for digital Arts, the vvvv developers as well as a great part of the most distinguished and most obsessed vvvv users imparted their methods and techniques in a string of workshops.
The NODE08 – Forum for Digital Arts Exhibitions with theverymany (Marc Fornes & Skylar Tibbits), Christian Riekoff and Andreas Schmelas, Benedikt Groß, Verena Friedrich, Martin Zeplichal, Eno Henze, Phillip Steinweber and Andreas Koller, Sebastian Oschatz and many more.
Along with the vvvv group (Sebastian Oschatz, Max Wolf, Joreg and Sebastian Gregor), a line of renowned speakers (Casey Reas, Herbert W. Franke, Paul Prudence, Verena Kuni, Regine Debatty, Mark Fornes & Skylar Tibbits and Berthold Scharrer) provided insights to their works and domains on April 8th 2008, moderated by Eno Henze.
An small version of the EnergyGlobe with a huge plexiglass lens creating a stunning optical effect
Following invitation from the Goethe Institute, MESO provided four works to the traveling exhibition “Dimension of Surface — Communications Design in Germany”
Software for Mercedes-Benz TBS and BlueTec Exhibits
interactive installations for the visitor center of National Park Kellerwald, Hessen
three interactive projections in the first Rotunda of the National Park Center Kellerwald as athmospheric and playful introduction to the exhibition
three ambient projections in the second Rotunda of the National Park Center Kellerwald illuminate the room and reveal brief encounters
a moving projection in the third Rotunda of the National Park Center Kellerwald lets animals appear in different places
The Word of Ideas – make a wish for a special place on earth.
A multiprojection on a model of the mine-shafts.
A cost effective system for multi projection. Huge shaped canvases in the exhibition are lit by slowly evolving animations that fit the mood of the exhibition.
Exhibits for Mercedes-Benz E-Class and S-Class.
A website, 32 little TFT monitors and a barcode reader were connected to form a system where users can upload their favorite photos, and next time they enter the installation the system shows their collection on the monitors.
Between 2005 and 2007 Sebastian Oschatz held courses Teaching Interactive Media at the University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt.
The “Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt” (museum of the state of hesse), lcoated in Darmstadt, is the central museum of the state and tries to keep up a universal knowledge approach.
In 2004/05 Sebastian Oschatz was selected for the Heinz and Giesela Friedrichs Professorship at the Academy of Design Offenbach.
Die Reihe O.K spektral erweitert ihre Präsentationsplattform und bringt eine große Werkschau der in Frankfurt ansässigen Mediendesign-Gruppen MESO und Involving Systems. Übergreifendes Generalthema ist die Frage nach den Produktionsbedingungen von Sounds.
New Business Class Innovation World – Interactive Exhibits for the new Lufthansa Business Class seat.
360° Surround Projection and game terminals in the FIFA WM Globe.
Presentation of the Biegel Jewellery Collection at the Credit Suisse Frankfurt/M
A semi virtual swiss badi at the Expo02 in switzerland 2002
ZDF Mediabar – Interactive exhibits. three tellies, a kicker and 20 x red green showcasing the history of the ZDF.