Wonderwall is an interactive installation and the result of a mechatronics project third year at industrial design, NTNU. Made by Camila Sanhueza… Read More
Wonderwall is an interactive installation and the result of a mechatronics project third year at industrial design, NTNU. Made by Camila Sanhueza, Live Kvelland, Henrik Wille, Henrikke Haugan, Stine Hjetland and Siri Lønvik.
The wall awakes as you approach it, moving the buttons in and out, inviting you to interact with it. As you touch the buttons they light up and make a sound. The wall remembers which buttons you push and play your sequence in repeat while slowly fading out until you leave.
The wall is made from plywood and the touch buttons consist of led strip lights and touch sensors hidden inside moulded plastic. The motors driving the buttons in and out are recycled cd readers from old computers. There is a motion sensor attached to the top of the wall and speakers hidden inside. Several arduinos inside the wal interpret the input from the sensors and controls the output sounds, lights, movements via a computer with processing. Read Less