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Squeeze Me Lightly™ Interactive Textile Sound Sculpture

 

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Dear Apple | sound is driving us crazy on our Macs

Dear Apple,

Please implement a system wide notifier that tells us where the music is coming from so that when music just starts playing, we can control the music, and keep working, playing and loving our Macs.

We have multiple apps and music players like Spotify, iTunes, Rdio… open at the same time.
We have multiple tabs in multiple browsers… open at the same time.

All of a sudden music starts playing on our Mac. Sometimes one song, sometimes many… at the same time.
We didn’t do it. it just happened.

We are confused, frustrated, embarrassed,
and we can’t find the source of the music…
It’s driving us nuts, our friends, partners, colleagues…

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Qualifications

The best thing I did when I was trying to work out where to put sound triggering sensors and speakers for The Academy @nab, was to ask the builders where people will walk.

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Squeeze Me Lightly case study presented at Future Lab’s Trend Briefing : The Tomorrow Store

Our interactive textile and sound installation, Squeeze Me Lightly Where Lovers Lie was presented at Future Laboratories Australia’s Trend Briefing : The Tomorrow Store.

Find more info about Squeeze Me Lightly on our portfolio and facebook pages.

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Thanks Right Angle Studio

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Turning everyday things into interactive musical instruments.

Some of the cool and fun things we’re working on.

Enjoy

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Development of sound concepts for interactive signage, sculptures and store windows.

This is a short video of initial ideas and improvisations of  sonic content for interactive signage, sculptures and store windows.

Only one sound is being used as a source. It is then being modified with the same software we used for Squeeze Me Lightly and Penthouse Mouse

Enjoy.

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How Apple Store Seduces You With the Tilt of Its Laptops

Apple’s attention to detail in the way they gently compel you to touch and connect emotionally with their products, is effortless and beautifully human.

“You might think that Apple positions all its notebook computers for aesthetic reasons. That’s partly true… But the main reason notebook computers screens are slightly angled is to encourage customers to adjust the screen to their ideal viewing angle—in other words, to touch the computer!

…Our brains love multisensory experiences. The more you engage your customers’ senses, the more likely it is that they will engage with your product on an emotional level and reward you with their loyalty.”

Read the full article by Carmine Gallo at Forbes.com here
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Interactive Musical Wall Helps Pass The Time In Hospital Waiting Rooms

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via PSFK: http://www.psfk.com/2012/06/interactive-hospital-musical-wall.html

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Giant Acoustic Organ Installation Makes Wind Audible

…the sculpture allows wind to resonate through the steel tubes making the silent shifting patterns of the wind audible. Vibrations in strings attached to some of the tubes are transferred through skins covering the tops, and projected down through the tubes towards the viewer standing beneath the arch…

via PSFK: Giant Acoustic Organ Installation Makes Wind Audible @PSFK.

Giant Acoustic Organ Installation Makes Wind Audible

 
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Restraint. Space. Awesome

Dr . Garth Paine. Karlax and Kyma – 1st contact.

Karlax and Kyma – 1st contact from Garth Paine on Vimeo.

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