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30.06.2014

DIRTI installation at NIME, Goldsmiths Uni, London

Create music and graphic animation with expressive gestures, mold sonic landscapes by plowing through tapioca beads with the Dirty Tangible Interfaces!

DIRTI is installed at the 14th International Conference on
New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME)

30 June – 4 July 2014
New Academic Building, 1st floor Mezzanine, Goldsmiths, University of London.

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10.01.2014

DIRTI for iPad nominated for IxDA awards, public voting open!

DIRTI for iPad, the world’s first tapioca interface, lets young children control an audiovisual experience by playing with a bowl of tapioca.
The project has been nominated for the prestigious IxDA interaction design awards, and the people’s choice award is now open for voting by going to http://awards.ixda.org/entry/2014/dirti-for-ipad/vote.


17.07.2013

DIRTI for iPad — the World’s First Tapioca Controller

Dirty Tangible Interfaces (DIRTI) are a new concept in interaction design that forgoes the dogma of repeatability in favor of a richer and more complex experience, constantly evolving, irreversible & infinitely modifiable. The video resuming 4 days of experimentation with a tangible interface and iPad app specially designed for kids at the Maison des Petits of the cultural centre CENTQUATRE in Paris is now online.


12.02.2012

DIRTI – Dirty Tangible Interfaces

Dirty Tangible Interfaces are a new concept in interaction design that forgoes the dogma of repeatability in favor of a richer and more complex experience, constantly evolving, irreversible & infinitely modifiable.

Dirty Interfaces is a concept by Matthieu Savary & Denis Pellerin. Movement analysis and CataRT sound synthesis by
Diemo Schwarz. Developed within the Topophonie project.