Making Furniture Interactive

September 6, 2007

Interactive Explorations

Filed under: Exercise 1: What Is?,Tiago Rorke — Tiago Rorke @ 7:46 am

1)  Pupa Lamp, by Progetto25zero

One must caress this lamp to turn it on and off – this creates a more emotive interaction.

2) PainStation – by Volker Morawe and Tilman Reiff

Gaming is becoming increasingly interactive, but there are certain boundaries  that one doesn’t expect to be crossed.   In this interactive artwork, as you win at the game the machine inflicts pain upon your opponent.

3) Pixenotes by Duncan Wilson

A simple idea that creates an interesting relationship between the user going about their work with the space they inhabit.  Also crosses the boundaries between stationary and architecture.


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