Intel Labs asked the to look 10 years into the future and imagine how people might display photos. Story telling is such a fundamentally instinctive behavior that it is safe to predict it will last through several generations of technological innovation. We think that one of the photo related advances users will enjoy are computers that will actually help us tell stories and have richer conversations. We created a video to illustrate our concept: Living Frames
Designer: Chris Bierbower, Marco Triverio
Barcode Piano is a musical instrument and a toy for children to explore and understand barcodes through music. Barcode Piano has been developed at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID, www.ciid.dk) during Massimo Banzi's Physical Computing class.
Designer: Marco Triverio,Helle R. Andersen,Hao-Ting Chang (Denmark)