Arduino, Acrlyic Sheets, Jumper Cables, rock, plastic balls, dc motors, 2000x500x500mm, 2016
This work reinterpreted the rhythm of the various wheels in the city center of Eindhoven. In busy daily life, many modern people tend to overlook the preciousness of the values around them. This project offers an opportunity for people to look at the values again that can be overlooked in a different light. As a stranger, I heard a lot of wheels sounds when I arrived in Eindhoven, Netherlands. I thought that It may sound like noise to people who have lived here for a long time. However, this sound produced Eindhoven's joyful rhythm, and I hoped others would feel the beautiful value I felt. Maybe to somebody, the familiar sound can feel new. I think re-lighting lost values is the impact this project can have on people. On April 2, when it rained, I observed four-wheel sounds(luggage, strollers, skateboard, bicycle) in the city center for two hours and wrote them down on the paper on the street and made a score. The observation method was to check the wheel sound heard for 30 seconds, and after 30 seconds, go to 10 steps and observe the rhythm again. Based on the observed ryhthm score, Ryhthm scenery was made to be able to play the rhythm. I divided the size of the plastic ball according to the level of the wheel sound (luggage> strollers> skateboard> bicycle). Sometimes the two wheels play rhythm, sometimes all the wheels play, sometimes all the wheels stop because they are based on the rhythm score I observed.
Designer Suk Go
Adviser Frans Bevers