Fur Display Masahiro Furukawa Naohisa Nagaya The University of Electro-Communications Takuji Tokiwa The University of Tokyo
Masahiko Inami Atsushi Okoshi Maki Sugimoto Yuta Sugiura Yuji Uema Keio University Graduate School of Media Design
Fur Display makes invisible information visible. It not only delivers dynamic movements of appealing, bushy fur, but it is also a feathery, visual, tactile display that invites touch and interaction. Earlier versions of this concept often used rigid surfaces like tabletops, but Fur Display presents touchable fur with surprising dynamic movement. The device is simple and small, so it can be placed on clothing, appliances, or personal belongings, where it becomes a useful, friendly interface in our daily lives.
70 Juried Work