MESO Digital Interiors developed software for an interactive table for Siemens at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin 2008 and 2009.
Set into a multilayered framework by Franken Architekten and filled with rich graphic layers developed by Hauser Lacour, MESO Digital Interiors spread a multitude of interactive monitors into the table. Core focus was to have simple, lightweight albeit playful interaction, so all monitors were controlled by simple to use dials.
To communicate Siemens´ high level of technical sophistication all exhibits delivered 4MP-resolution (2560 × 1920 pixels at 60 fps) on 30"-monitors.
The “crema-calculator” allowed visitors to experience the various factors to get a perfect crema on the espresso. Another monitor displayed a time-line showing the cultural history of coffee. Another monitor compared different species of coffee beans with each other by a zoom tour into the center of a coffee bean. Four monitors featured the many features of the EQ7 with a sliding video viewer. Highlight of the interactive table was the image slider showing high quality photographies of coffee growing and refinement on three monitors.
The Meso Team:
David Brüll, Sebastian Oschatz, Max Wolf, Jannis Kreft, Philipp Steinweber, Nils Buhlert
MESO Digital Interiors developed all interactive exhibits for Siemens at the IFA Berlin 2008 and 2009
iF communication design award 2009
ADC Award 2009
Adam Award 2009
Architecture and Interior Design: Franken Architekten&; Communication and Graphic Design: hauser lacour kommunikationsgestaltung gmbh Interaction Design, Motion Design, Programming: MESO Digital Interiors; Exhibit Construction: Metron