Dutch design team Trapped in Suburbia has designed an interactive poster that also acts as a musical instrument.
The poster is the first one in series of ‘analogue meets digital’ design experiment of the studio. Currently, the sounds are limited by a number of geometric shapes on the poster. The guys behind it aim to refine its mechanism in the future, allowing users to produce melodies, rather than just noise.
touch-sensitive conductive paint, speakers
As you move your hand over the colourful geometric shapes, different sounds are produced. This creates an interaction between artwork and viewer and distorts our pre-conceived notion of what a poster is and should be.