Fashion designers 3D search app concept. For Conde Nast
Martin Lenclos conceptualized the "PowerSearch", an online search platform that enables users to find specific designers, seasons, or trends within client web pages that include fashion shows, Fashion Week, runway, and designer collections. A tool that offers to see everything together, to compare carefully researched photos and quickly understand the trends and themes, all in a very intuitive interface. This is the end of old, blind, slide shows. Users can now see the entire fashion collection, the entire set of images from an event, the entire season together on one page. This efficient access to information gets the user interested in more content and in an environment that seduces them to return faithfully.
Street style 3D website design concept. For Conde Nast.
3D Web App presenting a contemporary representation of the world's most interesting trends in fashion photographed by Style.com professionals, like Schott "The Sartorialist" Schuman. To create a «real world» experience, the models will populate a virtual city. The architecture of NY, Paris, Milan and London will appear simultaneously. Users can click the people and see the commentary from the street-style photographer.
Fashion Week coverage for Conde Nast.
Photo/video coverage of Fashion Week in NYC, and subsequent development of a 3D website featuring celebrities and the best outfits on the street. With an exciting new movie set-like interface for users, the website transports the visitor into the magical world of trends, opulence, beauty and shopping. In this life-like access to fashion magazine content on the Web, the user can now surf the virtual space and gather information by clicking on the people. This online interface allows ingenious and unique forms of editorial content. The user chooses keywords to tailor their data specifically, for example: only women, or only NY, or NY and women.
"The Places We Live" 3D website. For Magnum Photos.
3D real-time web interface for Jonas Bendikson's exhibition The Places We Live.
Social platform. Live presentation, demo. For Dassault Systèmes.
3D cut-outs in social space. Keynote and demo. Bernard Charles. Dassault Systèmes. Conceptualization of an immersive social space for people to socialize and communicate, and creation of a 3D real-time demonstration and website. Artistic and conceptual representation of a social network dreamed up for Dassault Systèmes CEO's annual convention keynote presentation.
Virtual architecture concept. For Museum of Afghan Civilization.
An entirely 3D digital online museum, designed for French architect, urban planner and designer, Yona Friedman, best known for his theory of mobile architecture.
Virtual architecture, 3D website. For Quake Marketing.
Online project involving innovative 3D Web technology, a virtual world, and a video game engine. Lenclos creates websites that take the visitor in search for content for a surfing experience. He uses full-body photo cutouts as a way to invite them to start a conversation with a stranger, the editorial content being hidden behind a click. In Martin Lenclos's design art, the curious visitor, not afraid to ask, will always get more for his journey.
3D interactive interface. Ideation.
The 3D player is interacting dynamically with the website's content, allowing a visitor to discover content through a unique user experience.