Monday, September 10, 2007

Victor Szilagyi works


"xBlocks explores how elements of virtual and physical play could be more seemlessly integrated."

localHistories - leave your story after the beep

What if you could leave a message for a place instead of a person? localHistories proposes an easily deployable system of hacked answering machines to create localized oral history projects.
As partipants dial into the system to deposit stories, each node becomes active. If visitors are too far away, the nodes play all available stories simultaneously at low volume- in essence, replicating the audio qualities of a cocktail party. When visitors trigger a node's proximity sensor, the node isolates one of the many stories availble, and plays it at an audible level.

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