S.P.O.T. (2015)

School project were Noor Hage and I designed a installation. The theme of the installation was awkwardness and we translated it our design by making a interactive sex phone.

I was designer and writer for this project. I wrote everything the phone would say and created the answer-tree that could be tranlated to code.

S.P.O.T (Sensible Programmable Orbicular Thing) is a computer that test the awkwardness of the human who will interact with her.
The reference of S.P.O.T. is G-spot, she will get excited by the interactions and impulses of the user. Our goal was to get the attention for sex and it’s awkwardness around it, we wanted to make the user be aware of it and that it’s oke to talk about.

The installation is build around an old diary telephone. Through this phone you will hear her voice and it sounds a bit like a callcenter. If the user will make the right answers, dial the right numbers, Spot will get an orgasm at the ending. As user you can touch her body (breasts and behind), there are pressure sensors that will catch the impulses.

Watch the trailer here