Archive | September 2008

bangMe @ the bang gang party

bangMe is an physical interface constructed by unused objects from everyday life (CD box, switches, LEDs, springs). bangMe works like an button that can activate a visual on the screen. Event’s participants can play along with the reactive moving images (various interesting video clips downloaded from the Internet) by hitting bangME interface continuously. The signals from left and right switch are serially transmitted by telephone cable to the custom application built by max/MSP/Jitter.

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Mega Project’s IR button @ TOT Pavilion

Designed by Apostrophy’s team, TOT pavilion is one of the most exciting booths in ITU Telecom Asia 2008 at Impact Arena, Bangkok. In this exhibition, I design interactive systems for the Maga project and CSR zone.

Mega Project’s IR button is an invisible button that trigger the movie on multiple screens. The system is built by IR sensor, PIC micro controller, LED and custom application powered by Max/MSP/Jitter.

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