Ah yes, industrial design is still happening.
> The Invisible helment site
> Buy it for $600
Over priced now, but give it a few years.
Great piece of interactive tabletop technology at the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust.
The form factor is somewhere between a portal and tomb. Not a bad thing, considering the environment, though that’s not the interesting part. The interface is multi-user, and photos/information is pooled and linked through various categories.
With the intimate precedent of touchable computing, this definitely hits closer to home than a permanent and unchangeable installation.
Design by Potion
Love it when my thesis project is done by someone else.
I actually like this. Not sure what I think about requiring text and the lack of spontaneity. But it’s definitely a great start.
Airloom - A project by SVA Interaction students. Love the conversation about digital/physical heirlooms and using the kitchen table as a direct in towards family relationships.
Thinking something along these lines for thesis…
I’d call it research.
So back in the day, when you went to visit a friend for the first time, you would leave your Calling Card. And they were super pretty.
**Thinking about exchanging digital information. Why is it not this pretty?**