So, you want to build an LCD-lit video wall and interactively trigger sounds? But, what’s that? You want your surface to be modular, reliable, pre-built? Why, that’s a job for Sensacell, a modular interactive wall system that responds to proximity within 6″ with a sophisticated LCD lighting system.

I saw Senacell at a recent night at Compact/Impact here in New York; it’s very solid: lots of redundant circuitry (lesson there to be learned!) and impressive responsiveness. Additional commentary at futurefeeder. The images are cool; there was an installation at the Prada store here. But I’d love to see a music/sound application. Better get grant writing . . .

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