If you, as a creature, could see frequencies, what would your language look like?
“if you want to find the secrets of the universe think in terms of energy frequency and vibration”
“There are a thousand no’s.”
Beautiful new interaction model explores synchronous and ascynchronous communication.
Full read: http://www.creativeapplications.net/iphone/feel-me-by-marco-triverio-digital-touch-and-new-interactive-channels-for-bit-intimacy/
Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau
I try to refrain from posting content that I’ve seen on Colossal because it seems to be the main source for many people on tumblr. However, when Chris posts something to do with Interactive Design I really can’t help myself, this is just outstanding.
This wall is created out of thousands of LED’s that are illuminated when they come in contact with water. It means you can effectively turn a water pistol in to a spray can, or even just wet your fingertips and draw with your hands. The overall effect is wonderful and I’d love to see this in person.
Pretty cool little hack from Razorfish - NFC Gumball Machine.
Real-Time Electromagnetic Dot Display
Created by NYC collective Breakfast and located in Manhattan’s Herald Square at 885 6th Ave and 32nd Street, the 23×12 foot display is made up of 44,000 electromagnetic spinning dots which each flip from black to white creating a moving image that you can hear.
Through their body movement, pedestrians can ‘erase’ words from the screen – leaving specific clues taken from TNT’s “Perception” for which the screen was designed to promote. Similar to the audible flip-boards that once graced the walls of train-stations, the team at BREAKFAST re-engineered these components from the ground up, enabling them to operate in real-time and 15 times faster than originally designed. Users are not only able to see a unique black-and-white reflection of their movements, but hear what that sounds like as the thousands of analog dots spin rapidly back and forth.
This is my latest project that I did with Eleven Inc.
Really stoked to see this go live and all the coverage its getting. People really seem to be enjoying it!