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Most interactive projection games in the public are fun and attractive for the kids but often exclude the parent. Utilising the same projection technology with motion sensors and the intrinsic beauty of bubbles, a simple interactive game between parents and kids is created. Based on sensing height differences, a taller person that walks past the wall can create trails of bubbles. These bubbles behave naturally as one can burst, fuse and shape them while they flow fluidly across the wall. Parents, being taller, can create bubbles for their kids to play while both have fun making games through the behaviours of the bubbles.Please visit http://www.vimeo.com/8548095
National University of Singapore
Department of Architecture
Dr Yen Ching Chiuan
Choukit Peng, Allan Tay