Atom aims to provide patients aged 2-10 years old and their families with a place to feel more socially and emotionally comfortable. The environment was designed for and in cooperation with the Princess Maxima Centre.
Ditto is an interactive installation developed within the Interactive Environments minor of the Technical University of Delft. Ditto is a pair of interactive beanbags that create an environment of intimacy through touch, light, and warmth, exploring beyond the digital experience of long-distance communication.
Seina consists of modular lamps hanging in a public space. It reacts to passers- by, by changing the light pattern on the ground behind them. This attribute adds a funny, lively feeling to the space Seina is hanging in.
Via is an interactive environment consisting of spinning hexagonic panels. The aim is to give ill children some power and control back. This way their time in the hospital will be more fun, because they will feel stronger and empowered.
Liv is an interactive creature. Just like a real creature Liv needs movement and social attention to stay healthy. If you take good care of Liv, he will stay happy and healthy. Liv is created for the new oncology centre in Utrecht, The Princes Máxima Centre. Staying in the hospital for a long time is a negative experience for the children. Especially when you rather want to play outside instead of lying in bed all day. One of the comforts is knowing that you are not the only one in the hospital.