Thursday, 21 June 2012

The Rocks, Vivid Sydney, games

These interactive light installations at The Rocks were part of the Vivid Sydney Festival. The first at Playfair Street was like a giant game of "tetris", the tile-matching puzzle video game, that included this police sign design. The second in First Fleet Park was a giant game of "noughts and crosses" otherwise known as "tic-tac-toe".

15 comments:

  1. That noughts and crosses game could go either way Jim!!

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  2. That must be a fabulous festival to see!

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  3. Very cool! I would have liked to seen it myself!

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  4. So that's what the top one was. I thought it was some kind of promotion for the Police force.

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  5. Ann, there might have been some tie-in with the Police, just like the one I featured last week with the Census. There's not much info on each artwork on the website this year and I'm kicking myself for not photographing all the information boards as I went through.

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  6. hi there. i'm really enjoying this run of photos that you have on at the mo. just saying. micky k.

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  7. Like the tic tac toe, something different

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  8. I like that sign, watching it must be fascinating.

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  9. I'm really enjoying the theme/design of your web site. Do you ever run into any internet browser compatibility issues? A few of my blog visitors have complained about my website not operating correctly in Explorer but looks great in Safari. Do you have any suggestions to help fix this issue?

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  10. Karen, I have had some reports of problems but I'm not technically savvy enough to give you any advice.

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  11. Wonderful idea for a festival, making Stdney a city of lights...

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  12. sorry I am a little late in visiting everybody's signs. I want to know how that tic tac toe game ended :)

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