Stefan Ulrich’s Bachelor Project in Design at HAWK Hildesheim uses an Arduino board, an open-source electronics prototyping platform, to create an inspiring interactive design object. He explores how physical objects will transform into social objects, exploring design’s future functions and our demands of it; will we be satisfied with an object that is only a tool, or only something aesthetically pleasing? Ulrich’s conceptual project shows how the application of interactive elements to objects will be more accessible in the future and the thought of what technological advancements will mean to everyday design is rather mesmerizing.

“This is a stunning demonstration of the different ways you can use electroactive polymers to bring design to life. To literally breath life into design.”
This is a post by the David Report contributor Alfred Malmros.

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  1. Mehmet Kabataş says:

    Sep 14, 2009

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    Jan 28, 2011

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