Resinance 2.0

Resinance 2.0 is a touch responsive installation, that changes its color based on the amount of interaction. The project consists of a number of hollow thermochromic plastic objects which each communicate with each other and exchange wireless information. Through this the accumulated modules create an ecology of smart elements paired in clusters of three. The project was developed at the Chair for CAAD, ETH Zrich as part of the materiability research and exhibited at the ACADIA conference 2013 in Cambridge, Canada.


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