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Gunpowder Ink Creates Exploding Paper Poster Ads [Video]

Gunpowder Ink Creates Exploding Paper Poster Ads [Video]
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Trapped in Suburbia created interactive art that packs a punch.

Serena Chu
  • 25 february 2014

Dutch designers Trapped in Suburbia began a series of experiments that looked at the intersection of digital and analog techniques, which has finally come full circle with an installation that incorporates key elements from their previous demonstrations.

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The Sound Poster 3.0 will set off an explosion whenever a passerby presses a specific point on the paper flyer. It uses gunpowder ink and a capacitive touch sensor to go about its explosive nature, adding a bit of tactile excitement into traditional art.

See how the designers ended the series with a bang below.

The artistic duo began the series with a touch sensitive poster that can be played like an instrument, take a look below.

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