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016: Sensory Minds

Sensory Minds is an interactive-design team who experiences with the projects:


After more than one and a half years of development, the world biggest multitouch multi-user wall has now been launched at Nürburgring.

The two-piece ring°wall consists of a LED display and a multitouch information-wall and impresses by its size: a total surface of 425 square meters, which equals more than 6000 computer displays, is the biggest of its kind. An interactive World emerges out of 34 million pixels generated by 15 high definition projectors and is supported by 30 directional speakers.

Multitouch sensors basing on laser technology, convert the usage of the natural user interface into an experience. By direct touching, more than 80 users can simultaneously get informed about news and activities around the ringworld.

The interactive wall is not only a central information system, but also an innovative advertising tool and medium for public viewings.



Interactive table for the Hochschule Pforzheim University where visitors of the “Werkschau 2009” could explore the different works of the students by dropping real objects on to the table. Planned and implemented by SENSORY-MINDS.




I think their works are very inspiring because now I’m researching about interactive design and installation.