Wanna see what you'd look like wearing Iron Man's suit of armor? The Iron Man Selfie Station lets you do just that.
There's no question that social media is an amazing tool for brands and marketers and that the ability to track social media impact has become an important measure of campaign efficacy. We're always looking for new and engaging ways to integrate social media activity into our projects.
Exciting new addition to the M1 studio: One of the most advanced multi-touch display systems available anywhere, the MultiTaction Touch Wall is an array of cutting-edge, ultra responsive multi-touch displays that can be tiled and scaled to fit just about environment.
2016 has been a big year in the world of VR with the commercial launch of three VR headsets. Here at M1 we've been busy developing and experimenting with immersive experiences and are excited to share our VR demo reel with you.
M1 created three interactive stations for Coca-Cola's 2016 Share a Coke & a Song Tour, inviting consumers to Listen, Dance, and Sing to their favorite songs featured on Coca-Cola bottles and cans.
Smart Energy Hub
ComEd recently celebrated the grand opening of their new, cutting edge training facility in Chicago, where ComEd employees learn about safety and smart grid management.
Mobile App Demo
This is a quick demo of an augmented reality iOS app we produced recently using the Unity game engine and custom 3D models.
M1 is excited to announce our recent collaboration on the Smart Energy Hub at the soon to be open ComEd Chicago Training Center.
New World War III Weapons Starter Kit is now live on Unity Asset Store!
Another Sci-Fi level kit! Now with more lasers and force fields!
Using the Intel RealSense 3D depth camera technology, we are able to scan a user's facial features and expressions.
the iPad Video Wall
Hot off the press: The M1 team is honored to be recognized as a winning partner in this year's Sizzle Awards.
M1 recently developed a VR dive simulating prototype for the Smithsonian Institute to demonstrate the capabilities of Virtual Reality to curatorial staff and senior museum leadership.
M1 was on hand at the United Center in Chicago this week for the debut of the Thor's Hammer interactive we built.
Check out our new Scuba Diver Pro kit live on the Unity Asset Store!
Check out the M1 writeup in the Chicago Reader SPACE column and get a behind the scenes tour.
We enjoy working with holographic displays and have been wanting to make our own fighting game for a while now,
Check out the Sliding Monitor System prototype we've been working on here in the M1 lab.
M1 recently partnered with Exhibitpro to create an interactive hologram displaying Bernzomatic's updated series of lighters.
The Twitter-activated water fountain was developed for Clorox in a partnership with Decibel Management and Ketchum, Inc.
At this year's Event Technology Awards, held annually in Las Vegas, M1 was honored to win . . .
M1 was on hand in Bellevue, Washington this past weekend to help roll out these two massive mobile phones for the Microsoft “Personal Personality” tour.
This sleek, interactive touch wall application was designed and developed for eBay and its subsidiaries,
M1 partnered with Geometry Global to present two larger than life interactive Nokia phones . . .
The buzz behind transparent LCD technology is centered around the ability to show off a physical object or product . . .
Our good friends at Decibel Management and Greenroom Communications produced a great behind-the-scenes video documenting . . .
Our Billion Back cash machine/video kiosk for H&R Block recently got some nice press from eventmarketer.com.
M1 recently partnered with Decibel Management and H&R Block to debut the “Billion Back Cash Machine”, an interactive touch screen kiosk and ATM rolled into one.
We just returned from a very successful show at HIMMS in Orlando where we debuted our iPad Video Wall.
Aiming for both simplicity and greater flexibility, M1 recently replaced the video server system at Block Thirty Seven,
“Don’t Blink” Event
The Jordan team at Mosaic recently worked with M1 to debut an interactive basketball experience for the release of the latest Chris Paul shoe.
An interactive floor projection for Google, created for the Google Ideas Summit event in NYC with our partners DCBolt Productions.
A multitude of individually addressable LED strips affixed to a 16’ column was the centerpiece for the Datalogic booth at the 2014 NRF (National Retail Federation) show in NYC.
We’re proud to announce our partnership with Leap Motion to release our new Leap Motion Starter Kit for Unity3D.
Say hello to the unofficial M1 mascot, our T-Rex dinosaur hologram.
M1 won two awards at the EventTech Awards in Vegas today!
In addition to the Virtual Water Game, M1 also developed a social media linked Digital Mosaic for CareerBuilder's 2013 SHRM presentation.
Demo of the Leap Motion Controller paired with Realfiction’s Transparent LCD Display using Unity3d.
Check out the latest and greatest from the M1 Team!
M1 developed a Space Invaders-style 8-bit video game for the Break.com party at Comic Con this year.
M1 designed and developed a simulated “carnival-style” water gun game for the CareerBuilder booth at SHRM 2013.
Our latest Unity3D project for Magic: The Gathering . . .
Although it’s been completed and in operation for a couple months,
We’re excited to announce that the Adler Planetarium’s Johnson Star Theater is completed and open to the public.
We recently finished our work for Shedd Aquarium’s Amazon Rising exhibit now open to the public.
M1 is pleased to have teamed up with over-seas partners, Looplight, to help develop an interactive 20' x 20' LED floor for Opel International.
We are very proud and excited to finally announce our involvement in the interactive design & installation for the new exhibit at the Adler called “The Universe: A Walk Through Space and Time”.
We are thrilled to announce that we are now US distributors for RealFiction holographic displays.
We are thrilled to announce our official partnership with our longtime friend and creative ally Looplight in Germany...
To draw visitors into their booth for a more immersive tour of their capabilities and services, Cardinal Health . . .
The single malt that started it all... Legacy Marketing Partners contracted us to design and fabricate . . .
Fiery barrels and dissolving walls . . .
Our custom-built motion reactive system was used to create an interactive floor projection at the Vanderbilt University Library.
Speeding through Florida while standing still... Working with client Ogilvy Action, we provided an immersive, virtual Siemens High Speed Rail 4D experience for attendees.
Game on... We created a software and networking system for a dual screen touchscreen gaming system for American Gaming Systems for multiple locations across Illinois.
Working alongside Design Centrix, we supplied our custom ring screen for the Career Builder trade show booth at SHRM 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Working in a non-traditional format, we created elegant graphics and edited content for a curved video wall supplied by Tallen Technologies for Marchon’s trade show booth.
Calling all “combivores”! M1 was called on by Combos, in conjunction with Elevation Group, to create an exciting two-part brand immersion piece as part of their new mobile campaign.
Did you know? We developed a custom touch screen controlled trivia video game in addition to providing a ring screen and Respondr interactive system for hundreds of attendees at the Domino’s 50th Anniversary Birthday event.
Best foot forward! M1 created a dynamic 3D shoe display application on holographic screens for NikeTown’s flagship store in Manhattan.
Helping make innovation a reality...
Making it snappy..For the 2011 Consumer Electronic Show (CES) we teamed up with Avery Marketing to create a truly immersive brand experience for Kodak.
We projection mapped a 16 foot tall 360 degree Coca Cola bottle to “fizz” when attendees walked around it, with bubbles floating and dancing to the surface.
For client Pathfinders Advertising and alongside our partners Livid Industries, we fabricated 600 interactive video kiosks, which can be seen at most appliance sections of Lowes stores for the Cabrio line of washers and dryers.
Called on by Tommy Lee and Nikki Sixx, M1 worked closely with the band to design custom visuals and video content for every song on the Motley Crue “Carnival of Sins” Tour.