Interaction Design project by Marc Dubois is a collection of interfaces made with a smartphone and desktop IKEA products - video embedded below:
This project suggests combining common industrial objects with several sensors that smartphones are equipped with, such as the gyroscope or the camera, in order to create controllers that are easy to reproduce: a sphere and a cube that transmit 3D movements, as well as a cone that can locate a source of light. These controllers work with a game specially developed for them. This project remains full of possibilities which I look forward to discovering.
After nearly 4 years of working on the Google doodle team, I’ve quit to become an independent illustrator and cartoonist. Here’s an actually pretty small fraction of what I got up to during that time.
Doodling was my first full-time job after graduating from RISD in 2010, and I learned so much. If it seems like a fun job to you, the team is hiring!
Now that I’m going solo, what will I do? I have several comic book projects lined up, and I will (hopefully) do lots of editorial illustration, animation, zines, games, and printmaking.
Special thanks to my talented teammates who were far and beyond the best part of this job: Jennifer Hom, Mike Dutton, Sophie Diao, Matt Cruickshank, Kevin Laughlin, Katy Wu, Mark Ivey, Leon Hong, Ryan Germick, Greg Capuano, Brian Kaas, Corrie Scalisi, Kris Hom, Liat Ben-Rafael, Jonathan Shneier, and (now fellow) doodle emerituses Willie Real and Betsy Bauer.