Interactive Window (2009)

Normally, windows serve functional purposes: they allow the passage of light and allow the inhabitant to see the outside world. We suggest that windows can be more. Windows and glass walls can be used as a place for interactive art, as a central design element or as an information display. Therefore we created the Interactive Window — an artificial creature/flower that lives in the window and that reacts to people inside the room, to the world on the other side of window and also to the virtual world.

Team: Zane Kripe, Joey van der Bie, Hanna Schraffenberger

Interactive Window from Hanna Schraffenberger on Vimeo.