By Nick Stevens and Svein Inge Bjørkhaug AHO ( Oslo School of Architecture and Design)
SkinFlick is an immersive and interactive environment where an elastic skin awaits your touch. The reactive skin feels your presence and responds with a changing, pulsing colour and soundscape. Different areas react in different ways and it’s for you to feel your way to the heart of SkinFlick.
The installations psychedelic composition of colours and movements affects users perceptions. It represents an open experiment about making interface technologies sensual and challenges traditional interaction designs. To develop its interactive lycra screen the project uses stretch sensors that control two projectors through processing code. This projection of vertical lines is also distorted because of the projection angle and people contorting the fabric.

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