Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Using Play-Doh as an interface to control digital media

Brendan Dawes is working on an digital media interface that involves adding and subtracting wads of play-doh to controll play speed.
As I twist the Play-Doh and take bits away, the film reacts accordingly in real-time. Add too much Play-Doh and the film rapidly speeds up. An intimate connection is made between the user and the media. Every action has a reaction in the digital space. No scary buttons to press. No instructions to read. It's just Play-Doh.

Found Via Pasta and Vinegar

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