Swedish interactive lab PLAY becomes RE:FORM
The Interactive Institute's RE:FORM studio investigates technology as design material. While the typical notion of 'form' is physical shape, we believe that in considering computation as a design material, concepts of form must be fundamentally re-interpreted since time, flow, and energy and other dynamic elements become central in the interaction with computational things. In our research, we develop both methodological foundations and practical examples, exposing the experiential, social, and design implications of new technologies.
Why do I blog this? This lab is one of the most interesting in Scandinva, forpeople concern with interaction design.