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MESO is working on the border line between technology and design — offering an integrated view on digital media system design.
MESO are specialists for innovative and surprising media solutions, with a strong focus on realtime and collaborative systems. In virtual spaces as well as in real space.
This web site collects many of the projects which have been done in the last ten years. You will find the full projects overview on the Projects page. Returning visitors might enjoy the Newsblog. For driving directions “wegbeschreibung” see the Directions page.
Interactive Robotic Presentation Tool
Development of a Real-Time Information Wall and Interactive Media Terminals
Media Installation at the permanent exhibition in the Goethe Nationalmuseum Weimar
Bodypaint your MINI @ Monidal de l´automobile Paris 2012
Kinetic cube shaped displays for ABB presentation at Automatica Munich
Interactive Robotic Presentation Tool for the ABB Roboteria in Friedberg
A Projection Frieze for the D.A.M.
Physical Pseudo Physics – Real-Time Robotic Motion Library
With our help BMW launched their brand new robotic based experience and information exhibits at the IAA 2011.
Score editor as part of the broad context for research into choreographic practice.
Web App for sales representatives of the international investment company “Union Investment”
MESO Web Scapes goes IAA 2013 with a bouquet of apps about the new BMW i models
Reifenhäuser Group are specialists in plastics extrusion, with six business units in Germany and around the world. Their website needs to express this mixture of commonalities and specialities.
Online release catalog for an L.A. based independent electronic music label
The new German design magazine GRID gets a website in a very straight look, but with a little twist.
Minimal design for minimal music — presented in maximum size for maximum impact
Relaunch of the Website for the Hessen Film and Media Academy — Network of 13 Hessian Universities
Digital Media Guide for the permanent exhibition “Lebensfluten – Tatensturm” in the Goethe National Museum in Weimar, Germany.