* 인터렉티브 프렌즈 MoMA’s Paola Antonelli on “Talk To Me”

당신의 컴퓨터가 말을 걸어오기 시작했다.
여러분은 어떠시겠어요?
눈,코,입 단순한 인터페이스로 구성된 텐구가 여러분에게 말을
걸어 온다면..?
주위의 소리에 반응하여 심플한 인터페이스구조(눈,코,입)로
감정을 표현하는 책상위 친구가 있다면요..:)
인터렉티브 테크놀로지의 진보가 하루가 다르게 성장하고
있어요. 곧있으면 실생활에서 디지털 객체와 대화하는
시대가 오겠죠.
Expressive and reactive, designer Crispin Jones’s Tengu is a desktop companion that reacts to sounds from your computer. The face, with eyes, a nose and a mouth, begins to sing, contort and respond to noise.  The simple yet effective interface of Tengu is a platform for the user’s imagination. The Tengu jumped to immediate popularity when launched in 2009. Users responded by treating it as an interactive “Mr. Potato Head”, attaching elaborate costumes to the interface.



We love the Tengu’s flexibility and open “face”, which sparks the user’s creativity. The object launched a series of animations ranging from stylized, experimental to the absurd, where users have envisioned their own Tengu worlds with the simplest of movie-making techniques.  Here is one such video here:


from  moma

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