Giant Pin Art Installation Makes You Go Pin Up
It's one of those epic gadgets (or toys rather) that we have all at some point toyed with. We used to press our hands, a glass or whatever we could towards those pins to make a cool pattern on the other side. I am of course talking about the pin art gadget that spread such joy around the world when it was first introduced. I think there are still people out there who find the gadget quite interesting, and if I had one, I am sure I would switch the 'pattern' out once a day just as a…
34 touch sensitive salt crystals spread over a world map highlighting the biggest salt mines. According to the amount of salt mined in these regions, millions of salt particles are emitted over the world map, slide down the mountain ridges, then diffuse and flow with the main sea currents. When a crystal is touched, it starts to glow. Grains of salt pour over the table and merge into an information window
Third Hand Plays: “automatype” by Daniel C. Howe
Daniel C. Howe, like joerg piringer and Erik Loyer, can be described as both an artist and a researcher. His homepage lists a number of projects, many in pr
Dear Disaster by Jenny Ekdahl
A "please touch" art cabinet aimed to help people express their emotions related to natural disasters, made of 2000 moveable wooden parts.
This interactive installation is messing with New Yorkers’ minds — and their walls
Studio INI created a kinetic installation at Brooklyn’s A/D/O that evokes the fluidity of human movement and interaction in urban environments.
Interactive media wall (touch sensor, conductive ink, projection mapping) - Music Playing Wall
Interactive media wall (conductive ink, projection mapping) - Music Playing Wall - YouTube
IKEA Museum by Form Us With Love
IKEA recently tasked Form Us With Love to design three parts of its new museum; the Introductory Hall, the Democratic Design Gallery and the Interactive Ball Room.