We are happy to add Tazasproject, a wonderfully creative duo of digital artists, to our list of junaio Certified Developers. Please find below some of their recent projects, as well as some background on how these two guys first got into Augmented Reality. We’re glad to have them aboard, and looking forward to their future work!
The Tazasproject is an artistic group run by Guillaume Beinat and Alexandre Suné. Since 2008. These two artists/designers have worked in collaboration with invited artists to create works over platforms of graphic design, physical object design and digital technology.
For the last year, they have been working extensively in the media of Augmented Reality, exclusively via the junaio platform. Junaio has allowed them to integrate AR technology into a varying number of products, including: t-shirts, posters, postcards, and product packaging. Their projects are produced in limited edition, and sold in stores and museum across Europe and in New York City. Augmented Reality integration has allowed them to convert their static objects into digitally interactive creations.
These two young designers have a keen eye for new technologies. They are driven by the questions: How can mobile technologies be developed as a medium for new art forms and how to develop new professional opportunities to interact with the public via digital media? While Tazasproject’s designs have been focused on artistic and entertainment ventures, there are also communication channels and
other innovative opportunities offered by their work.
Tazasproject is currently working to create a catalog which will be an extension of their current Petiet exhibition in augmented reality. This will allow users of mobile devices and their friends to relive the experience of an exhibition or installation from anywhere at any time. Today, thanks to the Junaio platform and having certified developer status with it, the Tazasproject is a hybrid vision of the most unusual alliance between physical and digital media. Whether for professional or artistic purposes, these two artists are developing a vision that anticipates today the future of interactivity.
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Here is an example of some of the works designed by the Tazasproject:
“Love Tokyo” silkscreen poster: Created as a tongue in cheek view of Japanese culture.
“Bird Box” metallic click clack box: Irreverently designed to make a joke of the palm of your hand format and its virtual possibilities.
“Pimp Your Cup” postcard design: Envisioned to create interactivity between sound and motion.
“T.Shirt QRTØ” T.shirt design. Created as a tongue in cheek view of Apollo 11 space adventure.
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AR LAB in our website (all AR videos) :
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