Interactive Window Display with Sound for John Lewis Launch

Feonic’s Whispering Window integrated to create augmented reality-based centrepiece at renowned Oxford Street and Sloane Square stores – John Lewis launches an impressive interactive window display at its flagship Oxford Street store and its Peter Jones store on Sloane Square London, designed to support a state-of-the-art campaign that promotes the …

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Finalists: Retail Week Technology Awards 2013

As experiential and retail-based marketing continues to evolve, our invisible speaker devices are being used in more and more installations that are pushing the boundaries in terms of both imagination and innovation. A recent example was a project at Heal’s department store on Tottenham Court Road – which we are …

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Robert Jarvis’ “Singing Windows”

Marcel Duchamp Festival – August 1st  – 17th Between the 1st and 17th August, a special version of Robert Jarvis’ “Singing Windows” will be guesting at Herne Bay’s “I Am Not Dead – I am in Herne Bay” arts festival, a celebration of Marcel Duchamp’s visit to the town …

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Turn Anything into a Speaker

Shipping Container - Metal Surface Speakers

How to Turn Anything into a Speaker Do Feonic Vibration Speakers turn anything into a speaker? Nearly. As long as the surface is resonant, which basically means that if you tap it the surface will emit a pleasing sound, then our technology will be able to turn that surface into …

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Interactive Audio Visual Display : Fashion Arts Collusion : Selfridges

British Fashion Week artists

Launch of interactive audio visual display in London’s Selfridges store window. By Freehand, creators of audio visual content and supporting systems. This to showcase the British Fashion Council’s ‘Britain Creates 2012: Fashion & Art Collusion’ and Women’s Designer Galleries projects. These celebrate the longstanding relationships between fashion designers and visual …

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