Paper Lights

“Paper Lights” is an interactive system, enabling the creation of public exhibition-spaces where the public can interact and play with visuals over sections of large buildings Imagine yourself walking back home from work, you are in Milan, a city of great baroque cathedrals. At some…

Victoria And Albert Museum

Touch Me / Design and Sensation / A V&A and Welcome Trust Exhibition Victoria and Albert Museum Interaction Design Institute Ivrea has been invited to show its work at the forthcoming exhibition Touch Me at the Victoria & Albert Museum London. Touch Me explores the…

Exit / End of Year Show 2005

Interaction Design Institute Ivrea presented Exit Nineteen Projects displaying the most exciting future scenarios in interaction design. Set appropriately in the vast and low-tech space of a car park in Turin, Exit celebrated, displayed and saluted the work of students who have come from over…

Tecno & Interaction Ivrea

A successful collaboration between Tecno and Interaction Design Institute Ivrea to improve the quality of working environments. A working desktop that transforms itself into an answering machine, a radio that changes stations by rolling over a surface, an egg-shaped scheduling device that changes working appointments…

The Egg

by: Jennifer Bove,Thomas Stovicek & Nicholas Zambetti / faculty advisor Neil Churcher. The Egg is a project that looks at the short-term negotiations of time between events. By using a physical device, users have an ambient notification of when their next event is. It allows…

Not So White Walls

With the idea of reinventing wallpaper by imbuing it with interactive qualities. The most remarkable element of this interactive wallpaper has been the development of a display that uses heat sensitive ink and a resistor matrix to present large scale pixillated images. These images change…

Salone Del Mobile / Italy

THIS IS TODAY Interactive objects, environments and services to look at, touch and try out. Interaction Design Institute Ivrea takes new media into our daily lives. An estimated 25,000 visited the six-day exhibition “This is Today. L’invasione degli ultracorpi interattivi” at Milan’s Triennale during April’s…