member of the interactive design network functionalaesthetics
this is me juggling...
workshops, exhibitions, projects and funstuff i did...
user generated profit
My diploma thesis about Web 2.0-based crowdsourcing – looking into the methodology behind, analyzing case studies and in particular researching the motivation of users (german)
Visual Braille Website
Visual Braille in Typoversity Visual braille combines normal letters and braille dots for blind people in a single font-face. Featured in "typoversity"
virtual reality mario VR mario is an approach for a physical and intuitive interface which enables users to literally walk and jump through a virtual reality version of nintendos mario land
trail blazers #3
trail blazers #2 @ Ars Electronica
trail blazers #1 A websurfing event in which participants could compete against each other in finding the fastest hyperlink trail through the internet, e.g. from amazon.com to thepiratebay.se, without keyboards of course
'There is a new profession of trail blazers, those who find delight in the task of establishing useful trails through the enormous mass of the common record.' Vannevar Bush , As We May Think, 1945
Captchas are the cleankeepers of the internet and this is a homage to the automated programs of that principle on both sides. Exhibited during the maxbense100 at the Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart
Workshop with the guys of thisplay and their mobile multitouch wall. We focused in our workshop project on an interface that could learn individual user gestures for specific tasks like add, undo or delete
An early prototype for a drawing robot that was controlled by an arduino board and MAX/MSP
A virtual tennis competition in an urban space which took place during the Stuttgarter Filmwinter Festival
web 1.0 project
web 1.0 liftoff
web 1.0 exhibition Web 1.0 was a project which liberated at least 1000 social network users from their walled garden until the gates were closed again. Web 1.0 was exhibited during the Stuttgarter Filmwinter festival
soundtube physical computing
The sound tube can be controlled by positioning a magnet within a spool which then generates sound. The soundfiles can be skipped by tapping the wire on top. Prototype was built with Arduino and MAX/MSP
more to come