Go beyond images and words and experience the philosophy of the NONOBJECT in a sequence of extraordinary visualizations.
What if a spoon could advance beyond its simple functionality and actually heighten our experience of taste? What if it could cause each drop of flavor to burst over our taste buds like the popping of a thousand pomegranate seeds? That is the idea behind 1001 drops, a single spoon made of myriad interconnected microspoons that brings the user into a more intimate connection with the sensation of taste.
TARATI // Touch-less UI
…Tarati, from Sanskrit meaning, “He who passes through,” gives us our words transient, transistor, and transition, It is a premodern link to our postmodern world of hypermobility, and it exposes the stupidity of even the smartest of today’s smart phones. Without exception, they are solid, opaque, a barrier separating I and thou rather than a permeable membrane connecting us…
nUCLEUS_Square Against Air
…The nUCLEUS motorcycle represents our deepest research into the essence of the NONOBJECT. Like all the other exercises presented here, it asks us to start by forgetting everything we know – about motorcycles, o be sure, but also about physics, engineering, manufacturing, and design. Implicitly, it challenges us to think about why we are beholden to the ideas of the past, even as we charge, often blindly, into the future…
Behind the Scene Camera
… Cameras till now have only ever taken images before our very eyes. Rather than accepting this and getting permanently locked into one way of looking at the world – and one way of capturing visual memories through the lens – why not expand our understanding of photography and reveal an augmented view of a given moment? …
CUin5 // an example of the superpractical
…Consumer electronics nurture dreams of pure functionality, which mostly lead to products characterized by generic features and dull practicality. This need not be the case, Why not push practicality to a higher level? a practical mobile phone will have its buttons neatly aligned for maximum legibility…
…This concept began simple enough as a series of sketches. What happens if we shift the placement of the handle fro the outside to the inside? In the case of the coffee cup, the effect was to alter the whole script – the balance of form and function changed, but so also did the play perception and experience, and the drama of the coffee cup played out in new and exciting ways…