A sensor in the base sends signals to a speaker playing a combination of tracks. When people link hands (0r any other body part for that matter) the signal intensifies, increasing the volume, length and layers of sound.
They previously developed toys to help autistic children explore and a mat that uses the same technology for dance performances (shown here).
LingJing Yin worked with designer Ting Chung Jessica Cheng to design the sound for this adaptation at Dezeen Platform.
Each day, for 30 days, a different designer will use a one metre by one metre space to exhibit their work at Dezeen Space. See the full lineup for Dezeen Platform here.
17 September - 16 October
54 Rivington Street,
London EC2A 3QN
- Neon mirrors by Phillip K Smith III crea…ted glowing beacons at Coachella
- Impasto by Nikolaj Steenfatt
- Furniture for Tracey Neuls Eastside by F…audet-Harrison
- Capo by Doshi Levien for Cappellini
- Photosynthesis by Ehud Oren
- Heavy Desk Light by Benjamin Hubert for …Decode
- Reframe by Paul Scales and Atelier Kit
- Aluminium animals by Eleanor Trevisanutt…o disguise CCTV cameras
- Vertebrae Staircase by Andrew McConnell
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