Internet Resident loves interactive technology and solving those problems that require thinking outside of the box.
The ARN Cash Drop for KIIS 1065
While I cannot reveal all our secretes I can let you know that it consisted of:
- A television display with Video and Audio
- Pressure activation component
- Radio on/off
- Confetti cannon
- Counter that displayed on at the actual site
- Counter that displayed on the KIIS website
- Cashball drop (Which dropped multiple prizes including a 5K 10 K and 20K cash prize)
- Random sequencing
It ran over a 3 weeks with over 10 000 participants.
The Surry Hills Community Center and Library on Crown St
This magnificent building consists of a number of louvres which open and close. Internet Resident Implemented a system that placed all the louvres at designated positions. The system included:
- Different positions every 30 minutes during office hours
- Automatic adjustment for daylight savings
- Different sequencing for different seasons
- A close and open sequence for both the top and bottom sets
- A resume sequence after opening or closing at any time of the day
- Safety features preventing overdrive
- Driver software to move the motors
- Push button controls for simple operation
The KIIS Haunted House at the Easter Show
The Haunted House is truely terrifying and Internet Resident played a small part in the experience.
Participants would be scared by monster shouting at them through a window, the participants reaction was recorded spliced with a promotional intro and transmitted to a server.
The ARN Team collected particapents Name and Email and sent them a link to their content which they could share on Instagram or Facebook and be automatically entered into a 10K competition.
Here's Jackie O getting captured