Gestural sonic interaction: playing with a virtual water tub. Sound samples are controlled with hand movements, by splashing water or sweeping under the surface.
Conception: Eric O. Boyer (Ircam & LPP), Sylvain Hanneton (LPP), Frédéric Bevilacqua (Ircam)
Technology: MuBu and LeapMotion Max object, ISMM team at Ircam-STMS CNRS UPMC
Sound materials: Roland Cahen & Diemo Schwarz – Topophonie project
With the support of ANR LEGOS project.
DIRTI for iPad, the world’s first tapioca interface, lets young children control an audiovisual experience by playing with a bowl of tapioca.
The project has been nominated for the prestigious IxDA interaction design awards, and the people’s choice award is now open for voting by going to http://awards.ixda.org/entry/2014/dirti-for-ipad/vote.
Dirty Tangible Interfaces (DIRTI) are a new concept in interaction design that forgoes the dogma of repeatability in favor of a richer and more complex experience, constantly evolving, irreversible & infinitely modifiable. The video resuming 4 days of experimentation with a tangible interface and iPad app specially designed for kids at the Maison des Petits of the cultural centre CENTQUATRE in Paris is now online.