Project made by Romain Cazier (programming), Pierre Georges (visuals) and Hugo Simon (design) during the "Rotary Club" workshop with Cyril Diagne at ECAL / University of Art and Design Lausanne, Switzerland.
This project explores the rope as an input device, its rotation giving the amplitude of the input. We created four small interactive animations — which depict some everyday life events — that need to be completed thanks to the rope. Each event relates somehow to the idea of rotation. It uses Arduino for the hardware part and Processing for the interactive animations.
Workshop : vimeo.com/110246575
Filmed by Sylvain Meltz, edited by Romain Cazier.
Music "Paean" by Nathan Fake.