We had a great day at the beautiful Central Library showing Lost Objects, it proved to be a very bustling and busy event with families of all shapes and sizes passing through to see all the wacky and crazy gadgets and tech on display. We got some really great reactions and interest from children and adults alike and we're even more stoked to keep working on interesting content, and getting the iOS version of the app ready soon.
Lost Objects is now available on Google Play!
Help the Little Ones restore each of their worlds to happiness by finding their lost objects!
Download the game here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.midnightpolygon.lostobjects
View and download the markers here: http://www.midnightpolygon.com/lost-objects-markers
Another great promo video by our buddies over at Draw & Code!
92 Degrees Coffee hosted ‘Synaesthesia’ for this year’s LightNight, and alongside our friends from Draw&Code and Draw The Line, Midnight Polygon launched the demo version of 'Lost Object’s, an interactive augmented reality art game for mobile devices!
The app will be available soon on Android and iOS!
More photos from the event in our album: https://goo.gl/m6apT0
Sneak preview of our work in progress for Light Night...
Starting to hatch plans for Light Night 2016, watch this space!
We got into the festive mood at the Winter Arts Market, where we sold our laser cut key rings and badges and debuted a new paper toy. A DIY luminary based on the asorable Dumbo Octopuses of the deep sea!
Midnight Polygon are super excited to be at Liverpool’s wonderful Winter Arts Market at St George’s Hall this weekend! We’ll have a few cool things to sell so come and say hi! Here’s a sneak preview of our newest creation...
We printed another Diver but this time with glow in the dark material!
We were among some amazing artists selling our new laser cut key rings and badges alongside one of our Co-Founders Stephen Chan's work.
We had an amazing Light Night on Friday, there was a great turn out in Liverpool for the festival this year and we were made up to see so many people stopping by 92 Degrees, with yellow guide in hand, to peruse our wall display and get hands on with doodling and our paper craft workshop.
Throughout the evening, animation and projection mapping specialists Draw & Codeprovided bright and colourful animations with our geometric shapes, and great music from one of their DJ’s to set the mood.
Draw The Line also covered the tables with paper and provided pens in all colours for anyone and everyone to doodle as they mingled and sipped on their coffees.
The ‘gems’ from our workshop were decorated and put together by members of the public, and are currently up on display with our installation at the coffee shop.
Thanks to everyone who came and joined in and we hope you all had an amazing Light Night. A video promo for the event will be up soon!
See more pictures here: http://t.co/xrUWTmhL1W
Click here for the more info: http://www.drawandcode.com/light-roast-projection-mapping-light-night-2015/