Video material developed in Adobe Flash CS4 with the use of Actionscript 3.0 and the design tools for an interactive installation that took place in "InSpace" gallery in Edinburgh on March 2010.
The animations created were projected on the 360 degrees interactive display called "The Puffersphere".
Touching the PufferSphere applied different effects to the projected videos and sound. By clapping their hands visitors could move to the next video. Various combinations of touching and clapping allowed viewers to interact with PufferSphere in different ways.