14.The building morphs into an interactive and dynamic performance space, coming to life through the use of isometric designs, old school gaming, pop up 3D books and forced perspective.
15.At one point, the facade is menaced by a giant digital snake.
16.A 3D-mapped projection transforms the façade of Customs House into a series of massive ‘musical sculptures’, in a poetic explosion of light, colour and sound.
17.Each of these ‘sculptures’ depicts a family of musical instruments which you can ‘play’ in real time.
18.Participants select one of the ‘musical sculptures’ from a touch screen, get onto a platform and ‘play’ the sculpture, bringing it to life in glorious torrents of ever-changing colour, light, form and sound.
19.Battle the front of throngs of festival-goers to create a visual and sonic masterpiece on the face of this iconic Sydney edifice.
20.Cellular Tessellation is an architectural installation that transforms your urban experience as a pedestrian. This softly glowing, geometric form responds to your movements, creating an ever-shifting space of patterned and immersive light.
21.The Geodesic Dome is a unique structure first attempted after World War I. The mathematics and construction of which were then formalised by Buckminster Fuller after World War II.
22.Giant Luminous Rabbits And Roos!
23.Geo Glow is a geodesic, pixel-mapped light sculpture that puts you in control, letting you design the colour, intensity and special effects of the lights that bring the sculpture to life.
24.The installation transforms a structural object into a 3D surface, which you can walk in and around, and manipulate and control.
25.Urban Tree Project is an architecturally mapped digital projection, transforming the MLC building into a living tree within a dense urban environment.