Dazzle is an art piece transforming the 1200-foot long facade of the new San Diego Airport Rental Car Center into a landmark mural.
Dazzle Camouflage was used in World War I to obfuscate the speed and direction of warships, making it extremely difficult for opossing submarines to aim their torpetos. The camoflage concept was expanded in this massive landmark installation, giving the building dynamic angles, dazzling animation and bold elements seen daily by hundred thousands of motorists on the adjacent Interstate 5 Freeway.
ClientSan Diego Airport
Special ThanksE-Ink Team
The E-Ink panels had unique specifications, and Ivan used Processing to create a GUI tool to help bridge the gap between Engineering and Ideation.
The processing sketch was capable of getting live animation from After Effects, Quicktime videos, and export them out as JSON files for the engineers at E-Ink.