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“Piano Staircase”, brought by Volkswagen, has been installed on the stairs of the subway station near the Dome of Milan, Italy. A team had transformed the stairs into a giant piano keyboard overnight. The staircase represents the piano keyboard so that the user would hear different notes each step. A study shows that after the Piano Staircase was installed, 66 percent of the subway commuters chose to use the stairs over riding the escalator. As a designer, I was interested in this interactive idea because it not only encouraged people to think more environmentally, but also let people enjoy the walk, although it was rather a simple idea. Although many imitations were installed around the world, this project was originally planned and set by a car company, Volkswagen, so it seems like it required the development of custom software rather than to commerce the software.
Here is another post by the Placebo student, categorized as both LookingOutwards and RogerSection.