Pixelsumo is a blog about interaction, with an emphasis on play, installation, video game culture, playgrounds and toys. Written by Chris O'Shea.
Dezeen has posted some new work from Pixelsumo favourite Moritz Waldemeyer. This time he has embedded an LED display into the costumes of rock band OK Go. “When the band appears on stage, LED lights embedded in their jackets run through a sequence that makes up the letters O,K,G,O â€“ like a Vegas slot-machine scrolling […]
Pixelsumo favorite Toshio Iwai has designed a playful raincoat for children, as modelled by his daughter Roka above, called Rain Drops. Created for the Tokyo Fiber 2007, “an exhibition of Japan fibers that evoke fashion breakthroughs. The theme is Senseware, suggesting new forms of interaction between cloth, clothing and perceptions of the body. This event […]