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Interactive Device & Film, 2019

A speculative receptor that makes information active

Navitronic is a speculative sensory receptor that explores our capacity of perceiving digital information. Through the connection between the electrical signal and body muscle (EMS), this receptor uses electrical stimulation to interpret the information into the body movement. In the future, people can just follow the guide from their body movements, and they can perceive the navigation on Google Maps, assembly instructions, or embodied advertisements. Furthermore, this receptor could also change the way we learn things in a more intuitive way like following our body to acquire swimming, dancing, and cooking skills. This artificial receptor can further connect the human body to the digital world. It could not only open a new sensory capacity for humans but also broaden the way people interact with the world.

To be continued...

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