Sketch-a-Move: Drawing On Toy Cars Determines Their Movements

Sketch-a-Move: Drawing On Toy Cars Determines Their Movements

Sketch-a-Move is a project that translate paths drawn onto the top of toy cars into actual movements.

Kyle Studstill
  • 19 march 2010

Sketch-a-Move is a project by Anab Jain and Louise Klinker that turns toy cars into interactive devices. The sensor-enabled cars translate paths drawn onto the top of the cars into actual movements; if the user draws a circle or jagged line, the car will move accordingly.

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