Interactive/Interaction Projects

Reactions from Brendan Dawes on Vimeo.

Exploring interactive reactions, flow and transitions.

DoodleBuzz Version 1 from Brendan Dawes on Vimeo.

A little demo of the first release of DoodleBuzz, runner-up in the Daylife Developer Challenge. Don’t just watch it though. Play with it yourself at

My Twitter Graph Week 3 from arikan on Vimeo.

Growth of a Twitter graph

What kind of interest groups emerge as I cure my Twitter social graph. Do my Twitter friends have always growing interconnections? How do people relate? Do I have friends who link together otherwise disconnected communities of interest? Do my Twitter clusters expand or contract over time?

Friends data collected via Twitter API at three different times to be able to compare the diagrams in time. This movie shows the last week. See how the diagram grows in the blog post.

impress – flexible display from Sillenet on Vimeo.

Final documentation of my flexible display. More information:

WikiWeb version2 from anthony mattox on Vimeo.

This is a video of a program which creates a live, interactive visualization of Wikipedia. View the program at

TouchOSC to Processing II from Benjamin Shaw on Vimeo.

TouchOSC on Iphone talks to Processing over wifi. (my own code this time)

Mæve from Stephan Thiel on Vimeo.

At the Venice Biennale, the mæve installation connects the entries of the EveryVille student competition and puts them into the larger context of MACE content and metadata. By placing physical project cards on an interactive surface, the visitors can explore an organic network of projects, people and media. mæve is designed and developed by the Interface Design team of the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam.

please see the full project website with all credits and additional information here: realization made possible with these great projects: