School project - EPSAA
For EPSAA's open days, I teamed up with Marie Gelix and Noémie Laud to create an interactive map, using Bare Conductive's Touchboard,. This treasure map works like a game : before playing, you listen to a short melody, which you will have to find in the map with your hand. Triggered by touch, a song began to play when you touch the right spot.- see on vimeo
As Noémie and I have a print background, we knew at the very beginning of the project that we wanted to work with paper. The idea of triggering a reaction with touch was a good way to create a link between print and digital.
The use of bright colors and abstract shapes is a tribute to the Memphis group. We got the opportunity of printing the map with the risography printer of EPSAA's fablab, to get these vibrant colors.