All posts tagged: children

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Puppet Parade [openFrameworks]

Puppet Parade is an interactive installation by Emily Gobeille and Theo Watson of Design I/O that allows children to use their arms to puppeteer larger than life creatures projected on the wall in front of them. This dual interactive setup allows children to perform alongside the puppets, blurring the line between the ‘audience’ and the puppeteers and […]


TSUMIKI [c++, Objects]

Created by a newly formed sister company of PPP, TSUMIKI is a new series of toys that incorporate computer vision to both recognise physical blocks and project content onto them. The idea behind PPP (Permanent Play Project) is to explore new ways of “playing” for the next generation.  They rearrange longtime beloved toys such as […]


Binary Counting [Processing]

Created by Joshua Noble, Chris Bierbower and Mette Lyckegaard, The Binary Counter is an interactive display and teaching tool for kids to explore the most basic building blocks of digital information: 1’s and 0’s. The team broke a byte into its 8 bits and gave each a physical and visual representation using motors and LEDs. […]


PhoneBook Ride! Ride! [iPhone]

Few weeks ago Takayuki mentioned a project he was working on. To my usual interest, few DMs were exchanged on Twitter finding out it’s a children’s animated book conceptualized by Mobile Art Lab that comes with a physical book you can order through Considering I have an 8-month old daughter, I was very excited. […]


Noteput [vvvv]

Noteput is an interactive music table with tangible notes, that combines all three senses of hearing, sight and touch to make learning the classical notation of music for children and pupils more easy and interesting. “Noteput” activates by putting a treble clef on the table. As soon as a note is placed on the staves, […]