MixMotion studio has come up with a design called Kamiko that responds to one's movements and touch. The piece is an interactive art installation that, according to DesignBoom, "finds its origins in the form of fortune tellers, the small objects kids fold and decorate to humorously predict the future and tease each other."
The colors of the installation range from a deep red hue to purples and even oranges at times. The goal of the installation is to have people connect and react on an emotional level. Instead of just looking at the design as a piece of art from a distance, Kimoko is aimed at moving people on that deeper level and having them question their own relationship to the object.
Photo Credits: designboom, mixmotion
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