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.

The USB joystick is also used as another program-controlled interface for the image manipulation.

for more information about the banggang event, please visit


About Nattapol Suphawong

Nattapol (Joe) Suphawong, Parsons 2006 MFADT (M.F.A. in Design and Technology) valedictorian, integrates knowledge derived from his study and experiences in New York for continue working on experimental interaction design projects in Thailand. Trained as an architect, interaction designer--specializing in computer vision and electronics; Nattapol's recent projects represent an evolution of his interests in interactive architecture, augmented reality, and physical computing as a means to create responsive/playful environments--the unique characteristics of HeadButt works. Nattapol is currently teaching at School of Architecture, Assumption University, Thailand.

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