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#UNSHAPE

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A digital mirror for scanning yourself and collaging your guests

A digital mirror for scanning yourself and collaging your guests, #UNSHAPE is a poetic combination of a mirror and a scanner. It is designed to encourage interaction between the viewer’s movement and time. Realistic, distorted self-portraits or exquisite cadavers can be created by interacting with the installation. Visitors are invited to directly experiment with #UNSHAPE, opening up the possibility to discover new interactive and fun ways of having their picture taken 3.0 style.

Graduates

  • Angelique Stehli

    ECAL, Lausanne University of Art and Design

    Bachelor Photography student Angélique Stehli Sunil Vallu and 2nd year Bachelor Photography students Jules Moskovtchenko from ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne worked on this project with the aim to present their findings as part of an exhibition. This project has already Been presented during the Milano Furniture fair 2015.more

  • Sunil Vallu

    Master Product Design Student Sunil Vallu and 2nd year Bachelor Photography students Jules Moskovtchenko and Angélique Stehli from ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne worked on this project with the aim to present their findings as part of an exhibition. This project has already benn presented during the Milano Furniture fair 2015.more

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