Opal's Geneva Auto Show stand (as seen in the images and video above) shows how the product scales nicely for trade show applications. As with most LED products, the impact is still huge even in full sunlight.
I just learned about Cinder and Open Processing today which are both open source interactive programming languages that allow users to share code, snippets, modules and routines to more easily create incredible interactives that use touch, proximity, movement and other cues to activate some amazing graphics. Audi's Urban Future (see video below) uses the Cinder platform.
The open source attitude makes it open to everyone to create touchscreens, interactives and apps for a variety of platforms and they seem to be operating system agnostic. Looks like a nice summer project to dig into these!
Cinder looks a little more robust in interfacing with people, but open processing (as you can see below) has some really cool algorithms.
Lenses for spherical projection are nothing new, but touch interactivity is a nice addition. Of course, projecting a globe on it and making it interactive is a perfect way to show it off!
Coolux is a hardware and software provider for media servers and systems. Their systems work to coordinate multiple sources onto multiple screens and is ideal for projection mapping and trade show attractions.
These are a great examples of projection mapping on their own, but the fact that the video content on both is low resolution and still has incredible power is worthy of note.