Pressure sensitive floor

28 May

Pressure sensitive floor

I just came back from the most challenging physical computing project I've ever done. It's a 13 by 8 meter labyrinth where you walk in the dark and get a sensory experience based on more than 300 sensors. The main challenge was actually how much time it took to execute it, but it was such a fun project that I didn't really mind. You can now try it out yourself at Energisenteret in the theme park Hunderfossen (Troll-themed!) near Lillehammer, Norway. I don't know for sure, but I think this is the worlds first "pressure sensitive floor"?

I've worked on several projects with the company SixSides and about a year ago, they asked me if I could build a floor that reacted to the people walking on it. The basic idea was to play back sounds of walking on other surfaces than you really were. Of course I said yes to the challenge!

Read the rest in the hardware blog...


28 May 2013 at 1:02 pm

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