TechnoTactile presents an alternative for perceiving digital content differently. The user touches a 12 x 15 mm large surface with his/her fingers that changes form while displaying a fragment of a projected digital image. Dual axis mount makes it possible to explore digital images with this variable relief surface. TechnoTactile was SFA’s master thesis while studying digital art in Vienna.

TechnoTactile was exhibited at
“Bezugssystem (dis)play”, PERISCOPE:PROJECT:SPACE, Salzburg
“lab30″, Mediafestival, Augsburg
“Essence 09″, annual exhibition University of Applied Arts, Vienna
“Alias in Wonderland”, annual exhibition Digital Arts Class, Vienna

Type: Media station
Format: Interactive, Projection
Year: 2009