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30 MARCH 2016

Storytelling through playful interactions

"For the new Zippy kidswear store in Setúbal, Portugal we designed two interactive installations and built both in-house at D&P. The 'Sound Poster' is a screen-printed panel that uses conductive ink to trigger sounds from the printed characters, and the 'Fun Receipt' is a receipt for kids, which prints out of a giant mouth on the cash desk and includes characters to colour in, mazes and other games."

(Elly Bowness, 2015)

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2015 • Bare Conductive (agency) • click to explore • come to life • conductive ink • conversation starter • Dalziel and Pow (agency) • digital ink • hand-drawn illustrationinteraction designinteractive animationsinteractive displayinteractive graphical visualisationsinteractive graphics • interactive illustrations • interactive imageryinteractive information designinteractive information graphicsinteractive information visualisationinteractive wall • K2Screen (agency) • Ototo • physical interactive storytelling • playful digital animations • Portuguese brand • projected animation • Retail Design Expo • retail expo • screenprinted illustrations • spring to life • user experience design (UX)visual communication • Zippy (childrenswear brand)

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Simon Perkins
03 OCTOBER 2014

Ototo: bespoke musical instruments with pocket-sized circuit board

"Ototo–a pocket–sized circuit board in the mold of the Arduino and MaKey MaKey that was was designed to be a 'musical invention kit' and helps kids build bespoke electronic instruments without writing a line of code or burning a single finger on a soldering iron. It can play music out of the box with the 12 black and white triangles acting like piano keys and a surface–mounted speaker emitting sound, but it's killer application is the ability to create outlandish orchestras by connecting it to funky objects with alligator clips. Plants become percussive instruments, sauce pans become a drum set, and even simple pencil sketches can produce unique sounds when tapped."

(Joseph Flaherty, 22 October 2013, Wired)

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alligator clip • analogue correspondenceArduino • bespoke instruments • bespoke musical instruments • circuit boardcommonplace objectscreative playcreative technology • crocodile clip • design and technologydevicedo-it-yourselfgadget • gizmo • interaction designinteractive objects • Joseph Pleass • Kickstarterkit • low-tech music • MaKey MaKey • Mark McKeague • music making technologyOtotoout-of-the-boxphysical and digital interactionpocket-sized circuit boardsound generatorsound toytechnology for engagementThereminWired (magazine)Yuri Suzuki

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
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