As an experience and interaction designer, many of the projects I have been part of is documented in relation to academic purposes. Some of them has been part of my education at the IT University. None the less they taught me a lot, thus I include them here too.
In this research through design study we attempted to provide a glance into what the future of reading might be. Recent developments within reading has brought about the e-book, which is currently no more than text on a screen, mimicking its predecessor both in terms of experience and functions. We attempt to prototype what the … Continue reading The e-book and eye-tracking
At lege med hardware Venterummet | The Waiting Room from Jette Forstholm on Vimeo. I et post om Processing havde jeg især fokus på, hvordan det kan bruges til at skabe fiktive lokationsbestemte universer, hvor modtageren har mulighed for at træde ind i det gennem generativ kunst som projekteres ud i rummet. Nu har vi fået lov at prøve kræfter … Continue reading Venterummet | The Waiting Room
The amazing invisible world of the Kinect It has been both a pleasure and a challenge to work with the Kinect as material. The level of abstraction is a lot higher with the Kinect compared to sketches made with Arduino. We have to think very different when designing for a Kinect because the translation of the input is … Continue reading Uncanny Playground
“Morgenhilsner” (Morning Greetings, 2014) is an interactive ceiling installation initially installed at Vallensbæk station. During the dark winter, the geometric sculpture greets the station’s passengers with warm light. “Morgenhilsner” reacts to human presence and acknowledges it through opening its surface, letting out its light. The floor below “Morgenhilsner” is divided into invisible sections. Movements within … Continue reading Morgenhilsner | Morning greetings
In this practice based research we attempted to provide a glance into how an interdisciplinary practice between commercial and artistic partners could forfeit both. We focused our study specifically on how commercial partners might use elements from installation art to create strategic communication through what we call commercial installations. This may seem paradoxical because the commercial partners want their communication … Continue reading Design of commercial installations
What is it Outdoor activities for the family is highly appreciated by many. With Urban fairytales kids and their parents can explore parks and green areas in the heart of Copenhagen. The fairytales are written in a site-specific manner in which different physical elements in the park is included. In this way we invite the kids … Continue reading Magiske Byeventyr | Urban fairytales