1. Knock Clock:
    A 48hours design project created at CIID's Summer School 2011 during the "Physical Prototyping" week, taught by Massimo Banzi

    by
    Gijs Huisman
    Giorgio Uboldi
    Michael-Owen Liston

    Music: Discount Fireworks - Five (http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Discount_Fireworks/)

    # vimeo.com/28437345 Uploaded 155K Plays 3 Comments
  2. This video shows the concept of my final degree project done at the Umeå Institute of Design: a device to listen to Spotify at home.

    The box comes with different color coded RFID tags that can be linked to point to certain music on Spotify. Once it is setup, place a tag on the device and it will play that playlist or search, remove it and it will stop. The two small buttons are used to skip to the previous and next track and the big wheel where the tags are placed rotates to control the volume.

    The setup and the process of linking music to the tags is done on the computer. The device has no display, it will only certain information on a LED matrix hidden behind the pattern of the speaker when needed (low battery, not recognized tag, connection problems…).

    The current setup uses an Arduino Pro Mini that controls Spotify on the computer via Processing and Applescript. It is a prototype and it does require a computer. The goal is now port the current prototype to an ARM processor and get rid of the computer so it becomes a completely standalone device.

    If you want to know more about the project, there's a quite detailed worklog and a vimeo album with more videos of previous prototype tests:
    http://blog.zenona.com
    Spotify

    This project was done with the feedback from Rasmus Andersson and Christian Wilsson from Spotify.

    Music:
    Tjärn, "Mara" (http://open.spotify.com/track/4VieKwIBiqrLEtEJFEP3Fn)
    Caribou, "Odessa" (http://open.spotify.com/track/7xCIpKMNNbrWeIILyHTH1u)
    Russian Red, "Cigarettes" (http://open.spotify.com/track/6bxlOrQv6kcxy51KUPXN88)

    # vimeo.com/21387481 Uploaded 78K Plays 21 Comments
  3. WTPh? (What the Phonics) is an interactive installation set in the touristic areas of Copenhagen. Street names in Denmark are close to impossible for foreigners to pronounce, so we did a little intervention :-)

    Project by:
    Andrew Spitz - andrew-spitz.com/
    Momo Miyazaki - momomiyazaki.com/

    For more info, check out soundplusdesign.com/?p=5405

    Music: jacobmontaguemusic.com/fly-on
    Artist - Jaco Montague
    Album - Fly On
    Track - Lambent

    # vimeo.com/45747333 Uploaded 85.4K Plays 29 Comments
  4. 2D scribbling machine, drawing directly on a window. More at http://tinkerlog.com/2011/09/02/der-kritzler/

    # vimeo.com/27950453 Uploaded 68.9K Plays 4 Comments

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