Domescape (Interactive Installation For Children) by chih wen chaw
2012 - 2013, Silver A' Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design Award Winner
Inspiration
A child's inquisitive nature
Creativity
This is an installation commisioned by the National Museum of Singapore for Children's Season and is designed as a playground with 3 big telescope. These telescopes tap on a child's natural inquisitive nature to look through a telescope. Each telescope is angled at a specific urban object in the city and with graphics added to the lens , allows the children to see our city in a different light. The hope of this installation is to encourage the children to think beyond what they see and to let what they observe in the city be a base for further imagination. The red undulating landscape forms a long strip of playground that the the children meanders along.
Design Challenges
To understand the ergonomical and behavioural considerations for children
Production Technology
From an engineering point of view, the Domescape Interactive Installation For Children by chih wen chaw is a good example of a highly-developed project.
       
     
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