TTMM presents watchface apps collection, designed for smartwatches with black and white 144×168 pixel screens such as Pebble and Kreyos. You will find here 40 models of simple, elegant and aesthetic watchface apps. Because they are made of pure energy, they are more like ghosts than real things. These watches are the most economical and ecological friendly ever to have existed.
Pepsi Touch Tower 2.0 is a digital fountain dispenser that transforms today’s beverage pouring process into an engaging consumer experience, providing over 100 high quality drink combinations from up to 12 brands & 6 flavor shots. It's playful graphic user interface attracts the consumer, communicates variety and allows easy customization of one’s drink. The form clearly highlights the interaction zones in a careful ergonomic configuration, from the angle of the screen, the visibility of the nozzle, the location and light staging of the cup, and the accessibility of the ADA panel.
UNITY™, Technogym's next-generation cardiovascular user interface, is the most advanced, open Android-based user platform in the market. It features swipe-screen touch technology, Virtual Training, simple log-in access to personalised content and enhanced entertainment experiences through Internet, TV, games and more. UNITY™ is the first and only console that offers users the ability to communicate with their personal trainer or friends via webcam
Initiated by the running shoes campaign's core message 'Let the Run Tell You Why', the installation would inspire the runners their reason of running through an innovative running experience. The design team created an immersive installation inside a mobile truck and let it stop by different targeted running spots for the shoes trialling. On beyond, the installation would need runners to drop down their reason for the run and share through social network to inspire the others.
Puzzle Facade transforms the Ars Electronica Center (Linz, Austria) into a giant Rubik's cube. The participant interacts with the interface-cube. This cube holds electronic components to keep track of rotation and orientation. This data is sent to a computer with a software that changes the lights and color of the building in correlation to the handheld interface-cube. The strong spatial connection between the architecture (AEC building), the referred object (Rubik's cube) and the designed tangible interface (interface-cube) enhances the site-specific aspect of the project.
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