Fundacion Arte y Derecho grants an Arduino project
Two of the students I met during my spring course at the School of Fine Arts at Valencia Polytechnic University earlier this year, have just been granted by the Spanish Foundation “Fundacion Arte y Derecho” for their work developing:
[…] Interactive interfaces, using open source and cheap materials. Tactile interfaces of easy usablity and learning willing to be installed in multiple spaces for modifiyng their carachteristics.
Tangu: Interactive multi user interface. in Phase of development, we had created three prototipes and contents using processing code
They can be placed either on floor or wall, creating different situations and types of interaction.can be re-utilized for multiple projects aiming to promote multi- authorship and work in progress
It might look like just another input system connected to Processing, but if you consider their smallest prototype has 59 inputs … things turn to be a little different. This post is just to congratulate Cristina and Patricia for their good work and persistence!