Knock Knock: an Arduino-Powered Wooden Surface Calculator for Children

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Wed, May 1st, 2013 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

Knock Knock is a wooden calculator for children. Knock your math on its surface and the calculator will knock the answer back to you. The piece was created by Khalil Klouche.

The device was designed for the exhibition “Touch!” at MUDAC (Museum of design and contemporary art) in Lausanne in 2012. It was also featured at Lift conference in 2013 and on Nouvo on RTS (Swiss TV). Khalil is a masters student in Media Design at HEAD-Geneva.

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