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Tune Me January 30, 2007

Posted by Melissa Quintanilha in innovative interfaces, music, physical interaction design.
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Tune Me is an immersive conceptual radio based upon tactile features. The sound (as well as the visual) is triggered by a number of ‘touchy’ interfaces. The visitors enter the ellipse-shaped space, immersing themselves in a new world where to listen to the radio waves. In this extent ‘Tune Me’ is a representation of the ambient radio of the near future. As well as the sound, each channel provides light features as well as vibrating and pulsing experience. When choosing the different FM stations, the overall space changes, defining different moods upon the nature of the different content. News, sport, classical music and international pop. Each of them triggers a different visual experiences, the space vibrates, pulses and interacts with the visitors.

Here are some more pictures of an exhibition in London (2005).

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