University of Washington
Masters of Design Exhibit
An Automotive Example of Spatially Mapped Interactions.
This video was created to demonstrate both the benefits of designing spatially mapped controls for complex operations and the notion that interaction design concepts should anticipate and aid in the contextual awareness of the end users / practitioners.
Using my background in Industrial Design, I developed interaction design concepts for the Boeing Project that explored the notions of control semantics and topology. To highlight these areas to the general public, however, I created this video to be shown at the University of Washington's Masters of Design / MFA Exhibit at the Henry Art Gallery (May - June 2012).