TouchMe is an interactive installation that allows people to create and add a personal image to a public space.

Simply press a part of your body or objects against the frosted glass surface, and you’ll leave a kind of imprint for you and others to see, as the results remain a part of the piece and are displayed when no interactions occurs for a given time.


TouchMe is intended for one of those modern public spaces that seem designed to withstand large flows of people without any impact, while passerbys would be glad to be able/allowed to physically interact with- and leave marks in their environment.

Author: Dutch interaction design group Blendid.

Quicktime video.

The work will be shown at Digifest, at the Ontario Science Centre, on May 12-15.