TTMM clock face apps present time in a futuristic, abstract and minimal style. The collection of 40 clock faces designed for Fitbit Versa and Fitbit Versa Lite turns smartwatches into unique time machines. All models have color presets and complications settings that are controlled with a tap-to-change on screen feature. Some designs are additionally equipped with a stopwatch, a timer, an alarm or a torch feature. The inspiration for the collection comes from sci-fi movies and from the "Man Machine" and "Computer World" albums, composed by Kraftwerk.
Since the interaction between robotic technologies, in particular, AI and human beings would get enriched by a certain immersion of emotions, the designer proposes a multi-sensory interface expanding this interaction. REI is a multi-sensory interface conveys empathy between the robotic species and human by addressing especially the olfactory as well as the visual, acoustic and haptic sensation. This multi-sensational experience will be used in the near future to support and improve the interface of AI.
This project is designed for people who want to decorate their own cell phone with Moulin Rouge theme although they never visited in Moulin Rouge in Paris. The main purpose is to offer an improved digital experience and all of the design factors are to visualize the mood of Moulin Rouge. Consumers can customize design preset and icons on their favorites with a simple tap on the screen.
The Steel City is a stylized model depicting the steelworks of the future. It consists of semi-transparent acrylic models placed on a led-wall, which serves as a screen for demonstrating various use-cases by literally making the Steel City glow: when selecting one of the scenarios at the terminals, users trigger animations which visualize the processes and work-flows of the steel plant in a firework of light and color projected through the acrylic models on top. The whole experience is extended by a professional layer of information, accessed at the terminals via a unique haptic interface.
Yogi Berra was a baseball icon. The museum dedicated to his greatness in Little Falls, NY, was looking for a modern and fun sparkling way to deliver his spirit to young and old. Responsive Spaces provided an easy to engage with, interactive exhibit which presents the physics of baseball to all visitors. The goal was to be convenient enough for indoor use while at the same time deliver some ball whirling action. By combining stylized illustrations with high-tech sensor magic Responsive Spaces created an installation, which meets all prerequisites and most importantly, is lots of fun to play!
This project with digital multimedia form redefines the light, and the light lines into the visual effect such as liquid flow, subvert the perception of light within the cognitive, break the boundary line of the inherent cognitive form of light. The resulting work will invite visitors to plunge into life fluids through an immersive interactive experience. The installation will offer a poetic and philosophical sensory experience and is meant to open mankind's contemplation and curiosity for exploration of humans, life, and nature and their relationship.
Read the latest interviews and conversations on design, creativity and innovation between design journalist and world-famous designers, artists and architects. See latest design projects and award-winning designs by famous designers, artists, architects and innovators. Discover new insights on creativity, innovation, arts, design and architecture. Learn about design processes of great designers.