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Hidden Senses Concept

Hidden Senses Concept | Red Dot Design Award

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The Hidden Senses Concept uses minimal minimal sensorial interfaces to give everyday life a calmer and more comfortable atmosphere. Via sensing, projection and other technologies, it triggers different sequences of interactions with familiar household objects. Komorebi: Ambient leaf shadow offers minimum notifications of daily information such as the weather or the user’s family. Display Board: The size and ratio of the images in the display can be changed accordingly, transcending the boundaries of the device. Turn the cube to the side, and various different displays will meld together, or become blurred like a digital curtain with ambient down lighting underneath, to become one with the space around it. Picture Wall: The pictures or photos on the wall blend together depending on the movement of the user. Images can also zoom in when one steps closer to it. Dancing Light: The light moves towards people, dividing and sharing itself to areas where it’s needed, instead of the people moving towards the light.

Red Dot Design Award

Hidden Senses Concept | Red Dot Design Award
Hidden Senses Concept | Red Dot Design Award
Hidden Senses Concept | Red Dot Design Award
Hidden Senses Concept | Red Dot Design Award
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