My name is Stephen Schieberl. I am a Creative Technology Lead at Wieden+Kennedy in Portland, Oregon. I build everything from large format installations to experimental interactive art to database-driven web sites and more.
Pictured: The 118' wide LED wall at Nike Stadium Radical Media undertook an ambitious digital signage project for Nike 's " My Time Is Now " campaign at the UEFA Euro Championships in Warsaw, Poland. I had the honor of executing one of the interactive modes displayed on a 118' wide LED wall at the Nike Stadium exhibit. Built in Cinder with input from six Kinect s on a single beefy machine, the software uses movement from passersby to shatter apart a team's colors and logo, revealing the campaign's message. There is a also a mirror mode which cracks apart an otherwise empty screen. Because it's an LED wall, the filled in area takes on a fiery look. The cracks were plotted using the upcoming Voronoi block for Cinder. It was great working with Radical Media. The wall had over half a dozen well-executed modes with various levels of interactivity. The project went as smoothly as one can. It was a pretty quick turnaround -- only fourteen days of development not including the on site installation. The team in Warsaw was fantastic, as well. Nike Glass @ UEFA Euro Championships 2012 Music in the video is "Ghost in the Boombox" by Memory Cassette .