Some interfaces encountered in Los Angeles this week
Few examples of technology/software-enabled spatiality encountered in Los Angeles last week: First, this marvelous dashboard from a Toyota Prius, an energy monitor that dynamically gives indications to the driver. As soon as I got into the taxi, I became fascinated by this visualization, it looks like a weird video-game (especially if you consider the joystick-shaped gear selector that has no real mechanical link to the car).
Being a great fan of pet toys, this mouse-controlled mouse is a definitely stunning invention. Not just because of the mouse recurrence, but also because designing artifacts for non-humans may be intriguing:
Why do I blog this? Of course there are plenty of other objects, but these different "interfaces" struck me as fascinating this time in California. Mostly because they have various spatial implications and that they're all somewhat recent.