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PAVLOV is an interactive social tool, which communicates with people while giving them commands if they start to interact with it. Its behavior and its appearance are catching people‘s attention.
With an programmed random algorithm PAVLOV is a critical request to the human-machine relationship.
How easy can a machine influence people? How will they communicate with it and how will they behave if they get random commands from a random machine? What, if people manipulate PAVLOV and try to give to the others commands?
Team (with Maria Gartner, Kay Kender, Manca Mencin, Stefan Kachaunov) /2 months
CONCEPT, DESIGN RESEARCH, INTERACTION DESIGN, USER EXPERIENCE, ARDUINO, RAPID PROTOTYPING (LASER CUT), BRANDING







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