Analogue Display oak, brass, glass,
Design Academy Eindhoven
Marlies Kolodziey ©
Prior is arranged in the living space to display chosen priorities of incoming digital processes.
Digital identity and permanent availability has long become a part of our daily life. An overload of information, messages and adverts is dominating the digital world. Prior is arranged in the living space to display chosen priorities of incoming digital processes. The priorities can be set up at the smartphone or laptop by tagging a symbol on the demanded messages.
As the relevant information arrives the computing board translates this occurence into movement. Depending on the priority it lowers a disc behind the coloured glas to come up with one information. Did the favoured message arrive? The display is as unobtrusive as a clock hanging on the wall and just becomes relevant when being regarded.