knock knock interactive wooden calculator by khalil klouche knock knock interactive wooden calculator by khalil klouche
apr 29, 2013

knock knock interactive wooden calculator by khalil klouche

‘knock knock’ interactive wooden calculator by khalil kloucheimage courtesy khalil klouche

 

 

developed by geneva-based designer khalil klouche, the interactive wooden calculator for children uses playful knocking sounds to answer mathematical equations. originally exhibited during ‘touch!’ at lausanne’s museum of design and contemporary art in 2012, the project, ‘knock knock’, uses an arduino board, contact microphones, and solenoid components to solve problems.the installation responds when users ‘knock’ out a calculation on device surface, ‘knocking’ back with the answer.

 

 

‘knock knock’video courtesy khalil klouche

 

 

the interactive wooden calculator for children uses playful knocking sounds to answer mathematical equationsimage courtesy khalil klouche

 

 

the installation responds when users ‘knock’ out a calculation on device surface, ‘knocking’ back with the answerimage courtesy khalil klouche

 

 

project credits:

 

design and development: khalil klouchetutor: camille scherrervideo: raphaëlle müller, khalil klouchespecial thanks: marc wettstein, louise roy, victor roy, douglas e. stanley, pierre rossel

 

 

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