How could we make this story more tangible and how could we present the data physically?
The experimental project is trying to present data through air and thereby create a flexible data sculpture, which adapts automatically through dynamic data.
To illustrate the idea, the interactive installation visualized the blowing of the visitor.
Every one of the ten fans stand for one second, so the visitor can generate an individual symphony by altering his blowing length or strength.
Instead of the air-based interface any data can be visualized by the wind machine.
The installation was exhibited at the year-end exhibition in July 2011 in Potsdam.
The work was part of the course “Physical Interaction Design” by Prof. Reto Wettach at the FHP. In collaboration with Riccardo Lardi.