What does a digital flower look like in the real world?
Starting with the flower itself, we imagined how it might look, smell and feel, and provided options for user interaction.
Creating the ‘ultimate’ flower display
Our vision was brought to life with an interactive installation themed around a floral bouquet.
We combined a realtime app, physical computing, SLA printing and a bit of extra Creode care, to create a bouquet you could interact with using music, sound, touch and smell!
The people that interacted with the bouquet were able to use our piano interface to playfully compose a unique blend of melodies, smells and lights via the eight physical flowers, the Moodoo device, custom electronics and Philips Hue Lighting.