Week 7: March 21st
1. Presentations of Final’s concept and first round of prototypes.

Please answer the following questions:

What does your project do?
How does your project does it?
What does your project look and feel like?
What material is your project going to made out of? Include
What role do new materials played in your project?

2. Interaction as a conversation in the context of the final projects ( Inputs, code and outputs)

Thinking about your project’s interaction: make a list of all your inputs and outputs

3. Design challenge: make a rough prototype by sketching on paper or making a 3D model of a selected project.

4. Sensor demo: photo sensor, IR sensor, reed switches,  and capacitance sensor

Suggested readings:
Fabric Computing Interfaces. Maggie Orth


Develop a simple working prototype that is designed to test or give you insight about the interaction part of your project. You will present this prototype during class next week.

Anthony Dunne // Dunne & Raby
* Presentation at the conference »Innovationsforum Interaktionsdesign« in Potsdam, Germany.

Anthony Dunne // Dunne & Raby from Innovationsforum on Vimeo.