Twist

Adam Buente . Kyle Perry . Elizabeth Boone
Twist focuses on transition spaces in order to create an awareness of self and of others in space. The lycra fabric twists with help from an inner, acrylic frame. The rotating frame stretches the fabric into a gill like opening which allows users to see beyond. The intention of the project is to speculate on a kinetic window shading system that could replace current installments. The shades would only open as the user walks by allowing light to be softly blocked throughout the day. The system is component based and can be expanded to any swath of window sizes. We plan to investigate further prototypes with the use of Arduino computing and more sophisticated motor and sensing technologies.

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