This project is an interactive aquarium that is installed in store windows in 6 cities in the US. I like this project because it allows you, with just the use of your phone, to create a fish using their voice and then move that fish with a keypad on your phone. It also allows the user to evolve their fish when they call back later. Since it’s in store front windows, it allows anyone with a phone to play so it opens up the amount of interactions to thousands instead of just hundreds. I admire that each fish is unique because they’re created from people’s voices so no fish could ever be the same.
The creator is Emily Gobeille, who is an award-winning designer and artist. She specializes in creating interesting design experiences through the merging of technology and design. She emphasizes on interaction and systems built to support new discoveries and playfulness.