Digital

Liquid Display

Mar 26, 2017No Comments

Ambient liquid-based screen The Liquid Display is an ambient display composed of a screen filled with liquid and programmed air bubbles. Developed by Nicolas Büchi,

Infinite-D

Mar 26, 2017No Comments

Anisotropic textured surface Neri Oxman visualizes, analyzes and reconstructs 2D natural micro-structural tissues into 3D macro-scale prototypes by computing hypothetical physical responses. She uses a

Monocoque

Mar 26, 2017No Comments

Single shell photopolymer skin Monocoque stands for a construction technique that supports structural load using an object’s external skin. Contradictory to the traditional design of

Raycounting

Mar 26, 2017No Comments

Light-mapped structural surfaces Raycounting is a method for generating form by registering the intensity and orientation of light rays. 3D surfaces of double curvature are

Fractal Table

Mar 26, 2017No Comments

Rapid-prototyped fractal growth table Rapid Protoyping offers designers the possibilities to explore complex forms in a direct and rapid way. CAD data is transferred directly

SLAP Widgets

Mar 25, 2017No Comments

Transparent tangible controls for multi-touch tables SLAP Widgets are tangible controls such as knobs, sliders, buttons, and keyboards for interactive tables. They are made of

Media Cubes

Mar 25, 2017No Comments

Tangible media controls Media Cubes invite tangible interaction to control media. Unlike conventional remote devices, this system consists of two cubes made out of wood.

Laser-Sintered Textiles

Mar 23, 2017No Comments

Rapid manufactured textiles Laser-Sintered Textiles, based on a concept by designer Jiri Evenhuis, have opened a new frontier of possibilities for the production of future

Unrepeatable Carpets

Mar 19, 2017No Comments

Carpet tiles with nonrepeating patterns A collaboration between visual artist Marcel Kronenburg and software engineer Marten Teitsma, Unrepeatable Carpets are the result of a process

Interactive LED Table

Mar 19, 2017No Comments

Responsive illuminated table Because We Can’s Interactive LED Table utilizes a network of 24 active and passive near-infrared optical sensors. The analog circuit design activates