Tools for live animation

This project explored how can we create intuitive communication and lessen the friction between people and technology. As well as how we can we create a better user experience and depth in the interaction with today’s objects?

Chronos - Tools For Live Recording Animation.
Chronos is a projects where a range of  digital functions have been semantically translated into physical tools. The goal is to create a iterative workflow when exploring  behaviours through animation. Say if you want to make a graphic asset, like a square, appear angry or excited. How can we explore the ways we could create this illusion of life?  Exploration as a process is playful and should be easily iterative. 
This project was largely inspired by the work of Fritz Heider and Marianne Simmel and their paper: An Experimental Study of Apparent Behaviour. Published in The American Journal of Psychology.
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