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KHS – Bottle filling line – TouchInterface

A Graphical User Interface for the control, monitoring and diagnosis of filling systems was implemented for KHS.
On behalf of Projekttriangle, we worked on the development of an interface for industrial plants. We took on tasks in the conception, design and animation.
In cooperation: Jürgen Späth, Projekttriangle Design Studio
Projekt: KHS – Bottle filling line
Deutsche Bahn – Ticket machine – TouchInterface

On behalf of Projekttriangle, we worked on the development of the Graphical User Interface of DB ticket vending machines. We took on tasks in the conception, design and animation.
In cooperation: Jürgen Späth, Projekttriangle Design Studio
Project: Deutsche Bahn Interface
Augmented Realities - Gesture Recognition

Physical resonance relationships to digital content have always atrophied into the same rudimentary gestures in the classic computer situation (mouse-keyboard monitor) as well as in touch devices.
Following Flusser, this work tried to expand the gesture repertoire. An interface was developed to make gestures, whose origins can be found in the everyday handling of things or space, useful for the handling of simulated objects. The concept of bodily memory comes into play here.
In bodily memory, copies of brain impulses are transmitted via the nervous system to certain organs of the human body, which are subject to processes of conditioning when repeated, analogous to the cerebral memory function. Four examples of movement behavior are shown here: prehuman gesture, trained emblematic gesture, posture (pantomimics) and distance control (proxemics). Further examples can be found in the documentation.


Diploma project
→ Hochschule für Gestaltung Schwäbisch Gmünd

Documentation & further examples
→ Grundlagen und Proben am Gefüge Mensch-Maschine-Mensch in erweiterten Realitäten









Sound installation at the Museum für Kommunikation Berlin

Motion sensors paired with loudspeakers were installed on the facade of the Museum of Communication.
Passers-by trigger events at the motion detectors, which are set to music with a percussive sound individual to each motion detector. The loudspeakers emit different sounds: The further away from the event, the more reverberant the sound is.
The time intervals between the individual events are condensed and repeated. The result is a multi-rhythmic, polytextural sound experience in which the diverging patterns of movement are inscribed.


Poster
→ Plakat Raum/Zeit

In cooperation
→ Donner Sound
→ Oswald Berthold (farmersmanual, xdv, GulliBloon)
→ Museum für Kommunikation Berlin



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