We at the muse.world have seen many award winning entries, but we have never seen one quite like this.
It's called the Delacon Dandelion, and we cannot wait to share this with you guys here:
Delacon Dandelion is an oversized 3D model of a dandelion that is equipped with 5 hidden sensitive temperature sensors, enabling it to detect if visitors of the exhibition are blowing while standing beside it.
Winning the Vega Digital Awards, MUSE Creative Awards and the NYX Marcom Awards at the highest distinction, Responsive Spaces is responsible for curating the best interactive experience and making it come to life.
"The Delacon Dandelion is a very unique digital installation due to its very special interface design," Markus Pargfrieder, Founder and CEO of Responsive Spaces said. "The story itself and the execution felt like a great match to us and therefore we thought entering the competitions would make sense."
The wins are not just a testament of the creativity of the Responsive Spaces team, but also the leadership of Markus himself, whose goal is to allow many to experience technology in a uniquely mind-blowing way.
"Our team at Responsive Spaces takes a lot of pride in its work. Therefore, winning international awards is great feedback from professional jury members and validates our work," Markus said.
"I don´t want to sound too cheesy, but always believe in the collective capabilities of your team and colleagues."
This is a foreshadowing of how technology would look like in the future and we cannot wait to see more from Responsive Spaces when they have a new project!