Interactive Wallpaper: The Living Wall Project

Interactive Wallpaper: The Living Wall Project
Design

The Living Wall Project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is aimed at creating electronically enhanced wallpaper that will be able to turn on and control devices.

Dan Gould
  • 29 october 2009

The Living Wall Project at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is aimed at creating electronically enhanced wallpaper that will be able to turn on and control devices.

Magnetic and conductive paint on the surface of the wallpaper combined with touch sensors, LED’s and Bluetooth technology will allow users to touch decorative elements of the wall to turn on lamps, adjust heating or activate a stereo.

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