The 'Sidetrack' table allows you to reflect on your daily working routine by drawing a pattern of your behaviour.

Introducing ‘Sidetrack‘; a project developed for the ‘home-office' culture, as part of a Tangible User Interface Module within the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID).

The ‘Sidetrack' table allows you to reflect on your daily working routine by drawing a pattern of your behaviour. By placing sensors in areas you wish to observe, the marker moves as you move from space to space. Incorporating the mechanics of an old printer and B&O turntable, the handcrafted table becomes an omniscient narrator of the intangible pockets of time and energy you dedicate to working.

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