Ambient & Incidental Media

“We look at the near future, a universe next door in which media travels freely onto surfaces in everyday life. A world of media that speaks more often, and more quietly…"

“In contrast to a Minority Report future of aggressive messages competing for a conspicuously finite attention, these sketches show a landscape of ignorable surfaces capitalising on their context, timing and your history to quietly play and present in the corners of our lives.”

Media surfaces: Incidental Media from Dentsu London on Vimeo.

It is interesting to think about how ambient and incidental design could improve contextual communication applications that integrate location, social and personal data.

(via Bruce Sterling )

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