Category Archives: Computer Vision

Work Finishes on Installation at Chicago Children’s Hospital

Tellart is proud to have been involved in the creation of the “Crown Sky Garden,” a peaceful retreat on the 11th floor of the brand-new Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. Tellart worked with renowned artist and landscape architect Mikyoung Kim to design and develop two interactive pieces for the space.

Light Wall

Tellart’s “Maker Music” Inspires 2011 Maker Fair RI Visitors

When the Rhode Island Maker Faire invited us back for our third year in a row, we racked our brains for the best way to follow up 2009′s Maker Pong (make a link) and 2010′s Frogger Game (make a link). We decided to amp up our mixed reality projection system with a giant music synthesizer [...]


The Great Map

The National Maritime Museum is situated in Greenwich, London–a hugely important historical location for maritime and trade history, namesake of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), and home of the Prime Meridian. The Museum, one of the four fascinating sites of the Royal Museums Greenwich, engaged Tellart to conceptualize, design, and implement a new interactive exhibit for [...]


SoundAffects NYC

A ten-day audio experiment that listened to more than just the audible noise of a New York City street corner, SoundAffects took the form of a wall on the corner of 5th Avenue and 13th Street that collected data input including temperature readings, color analysis of video feeds, precipitation measurements, noise levels, cellular phone activity/interference, [...]