PROTOTYPING WEARABLES

 

During a one week course on fashion & technology we created a prototype for a novel form of connectivity. 

Mobile phones are becoming more and more intangible. If you enter your new car for example, chances are that the vehicle takes over replaces microphone and speakers of your mobile. We asked ourselves, what if one could use clothing as mobile phones.

We iterated over the design of the hoodie and hid all the electronics on the inside, giving the viewer the impression of a real product when the hoodie is being called.

 
 

PROTOTYPING CONNECTED THINGS

 

 

The following prototypes are part of my Master's thesis at the Umeå Institute of Design. The final outcome of the project can be found here.

 

Prototyping Behavior of Things

Connected Alarm Clocks

Connected Lego Blocks

Rapid Video Prototyping: IoT Controller

Working Prototype at the Degree Show

 

Concept: 3D Recording and Projection

FIELDS  

HOW CAN WE REMOTELY COMMUNICATE IN 3D SPACE?

Mode Change using Frame Orientation: Wireless Prototype

How can the frame adjust automatically to create a field?

Visual Indicators of the Field

How would the field sound like?

 

BONFIRE — AN INTERACTIVE MUSIC EXPERIENCE

 

Bonfire is a playful concept for an interactive installation. A shared music experience is created by using the metaphor of a warming fireplace. 
 

The working prototype is developed for "Guitars – The Museum".

 
 
 

PARAMETRIC SOUND DESIGN

 

Exploration of sound generation and sound parametrization using PURE DATA and Arduino. 

The engine sound was designed for the concept car Gina by BMW.