Collider just finished an very nice show with the 8.1 surround "Rot8ion" set-up in the Evoluon (Eindhoven). What you see here is an short sample from one angle shot with the Canon dslr 60D (Tamron 17-50mm 2.8).
Scenario set up to explore the concept of morphing interaction in a kitchen environment. Aspects of morphing interaction include form, function, action, motion, context, grasp and a little magic.
Imagine a future in which nanotechnology and shape-shifting objects become ubiquitous and blend in with the physical environment of the everyday. The freedom of form that will be inherent to these products might not inform the user about the physical actions. The goal of designer Jeffrey Braun was to explore how to design for a new interaction paradigm; proposed as ‘morphing interaction’. The design space, the experience of using cutlery, needed to be a specific accepted product or tool used every day, in order to put people in control of ‘morphing interaction’. An example of ‘new’ technology being introduced through ‘old’, familiar things.