(Video) A Fine Collection Of Curious Sound Objects

(Video) A Fine Collection Of Curious Sound Objects
technology

Combining storytelling with physical computing, interactive artists Georg Reil and Kathy Scheuring have created an installation that shapes the way we think about interacting with objects.

Kyle Studstill
  • 30 march 2010

Combining storytelling with physical computing, interactive artists Georg Reil and Kathy Scheuring at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt have put together an installation of six devices that shape the way we think about interacting with objects. Each of six mundane objects incorporates force-sensitive or audio sensors that trigger feedback to the user as part of a fictional history of the object.

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