Heartfelt is an installation which seeks to connect individuals through play in a physical environment. Conceived to create a lasting memory of social interaction, we built an environment which contained sound, light and tactile responses to reinforce  the memory of common connection. The installation interpreted the classic representation of a heart and distributed the visual throughout a three dimensional space. 

The resulting visual was distinctly visible from a single perspective, but maintained singular soft lines of connection regardless of a participants position.  Auditory cues, haptic response, and dynamic lighting reacted to touch points and created connection by syncing these outputs together for multiple users.



Design Jeian Jeong  | |  Technology Adam Paikowsky  | |  Fabrication Natalie Haddad