Here is a video to show the progress we’ve made so far developing a backpack that is also a portable swing. We tested our swing in a variety of urban […]
Thanks to all of you who participated in this project! Let us know what you think!
Learning from our first attempt at this project done in the Pratt Institute stairwell of Stueben Hall, we decided to move the project outside. We decided on Chelsea’s famous elevated […]
Field Experiment: Can we develop the original Message in a Bottle experiment in a way that will engage people more physically? What can we learn by installing this project in […]
Field Experiment: Can we entice people walking through the park to stop and contribute to an interactive public design project? Plan: A clear glass bottle, tied with ribbon and a […]
Field Experiment: Can we initiate interaction with simple shapes and without written signs or verbal cues? Plan: A 3D “puzzle” with black 2-sided triangular pieces, each with a slot to […]
This rock in Fort Greene Park naturally makes people want to climb.
Field Experiment: Can we persuade people to move more, and in a different way, as they are walking down the street? Test #1: Create a simple race track on the […]
Field Experiment: Can we persuade people to move more, and in a different way, as they are walking down the street? Plan: Create a “Skipping Only Zone” with 2 yellow […]
We love these weather-proof, kinetic exercise machines; however, so little attention has been payed to the aesthetic beauty of their design. Their function is wholly obvious , but does this […]