Project descriptions

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Grand café de ID

‘Grand Café de ID’ is a temporary café during the Dutch Design Week, it is here where visitors of the Dutch Design Week can have a cup of coffee or tea and rest a bit. While lounging in the café they will experience that Grand Café de ID is not just ordinary: it is connected with several other places in Eindhoven. You and the people in these locations, who are also enjoying the Grand Café de ID are brought together by our translocal system, as if you are having a coffee together. You can exchange your ideas and observations about the Dutch Design Week, or even more.. 

Want to know more?
We have two locations installed: In the ID café and the Orange space, which are connected. 

Visit us and try it out! 

Project: ID’X @ DDW
Coach: Jorge Alves Lino
Students: Eline Hoftiezer, Dounia Bourjila, Rincke Driessen
Year: B2.1
 

attract people ID'X

ID’X @ Dutch Design Week: Seduce visitors!

ID’X is the exhibition of department Industrial Design during the Dutch Design Week in the main building (for 2011). You may have visited the exhibition of last year, and this years preparations are already going on the ground floor. For now the exhibition is only happening in the main building, but what about outside?
There is nothing on the outside of the building, or at the entrance of the TU/e terrain that screams at you to go and visit ID’X… That is what is going to change next year!
The goal is to attract people to the main building from all over Eindhoven, from other DDW-locations, and to create bridges between them. We want to create connections between all the DDW-locations by making use of translocal media, such as a large-sized  Skype-systems for example, so people can actually talk with each other.

Want to know more about our concepts we created so far?
Please visit our stand in the Orange Space.

Team: Dounia Bourjila, Rincke Driessen, Eline Hoftiezer, Evy Ansems
Year: B2.1
Coach: Jorge Alves Lino

Touris Photo Tagging

Brief Description

With the arrival of digital cameras, the number of pictures taken by tourists have increased dramatically. These pictures are no longer printer, but published in online photo communities, such as Flickr. This project explores a parasitic game that resides between the taking of the photos and the publishing on the web. Players tag the photos taken by other tourists by standing in the background. Once these photos appear online, the players scores points. The player is a harmless parasite in the avalanche of tourist photos.

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