For the second year in a row, Pufferfish are very excited to be going Stargazing as part of the brilliant BBC Stargazing Live programme, to be broadcast live from Jodrell Bank Observatory over the next three evenings.
Although based in Edinburgh, working in Scotland is still a relatively rare treat for the PufferTeam, with our projection spheres regularly taking us thousands of miles across the globe. Recently though, we were excited to buck the trend and add our Puffer-Touch a bit closer to home!
Celebrating the life and works of the iconic Dutch artist M.C. Escher, the ‘Escher in het Paleis’ museum in The Hague is a treasure trove of drawings, carvings and interactive experiences all focused around the often mathematical inspired impossible structures and scenes which Escher is famous for.
For the past 11 years, a team of lighting designers and technical experts have been transforming a small forest on the outskirts of Pitlochry into what has been voted Scotland’s best cultural event. Known as ‘The Enchanted Forest’, we are delighted to say that we played a part in wowing over 40,000 visitors throughout the three week run of the renowned 2013 light show.
Venturing into the world of live television once more, Pufferfish were very proud to feature on the hit BBC show Stargazing Live over three evenings in early January.
Fresh after completing one museum installation on our doorstep, our next job could hardly have been further away. Hopping on a plane and flying across the world we swapped Edinburgh for Kuala Lumpur to install our first tablet controlled permanent display.
Becoming accustomed to flying over to the other side of the world to install our shiny video balls; changing time zones, watches and projector timers accordingly it was a refreshing adjustment to do an installation a little closer to home…