Tula are state-of-the-art microphones by David Brown, Brazzaville frontman
To recapture the atmosphere of New York through 3D models of american fast food: hot dogs and pigs in the blanket.
Every section has its own dedicated object, where the main page got 3D model of a hot dog — one of the unspoken symbols of New York. Being monochromatic while just being opened, the object responds to the hold of mouse button: it changes textures and colors, while the whole page gets bright colored.
The gemstone of the site is as follows: you can mess with the best known web designers and get away with it. On any image cursor becomes a bottle. You click, the bottle squeezes and the speck of color comes out of it right on the faces of the speakers. Every color theme has its own color of the ‘sauce’.
Whatever you have — a desktop computer, a smartphone or a tablet — we took care that the site opens well and is easy to use on any modern device. Wherever they are — either on the subway or on an airplane in any place in the world — the participants are able to anticipate one of the most ambitious events of the industry with comfort.
Whole site is based on WebGL, a modern technology. Algorithms for the 3D models were written from scratch specifically for this task: we’ve calculated the tangential, normal and binormal spaces. Made the site the fastest it can be by compressing the 3D objects without losing in quality on the way.
We’ve found great metaphors for the sausages. The main page was given hot dog as the most known american fastfood. French hot dog that looks like a microphone went into the speakers section. Sausage coil on a stick looks like a pin, so it went to the ‘venue’ page. The party section got a balloon dog that is made out of sausages.
The design here is built on a contrast: you jump from monochromatic colors into electric craziness just by a click of your mouse. We created several color schemes and even more object textures.