Now that location-based metadata waft through the space, thereby  redefining contexts and places, a new field opens up to designers: How  will information be usefully integrated into the physical space?  Inspired by the fictional illustrations by Ingeborg Marie Dehs Thomas, who interprets the spatial expansion of  radio waves, we attempted to lend metadata a form. Using the light painting technique,  we placed our idea of these data in a room, making it haptic. The  resulting forms depict possible data sets and examine the design  possibilities between technoid holograms and personal notes.

Now that location-based metadata waft through the space, thereby redefining contexts and places, a new field opens up to designers: How will information be usefully integrated into the physical space? Inspired by the fictional illustrations by Ingeborg Marie Dehs Thomas, who interprets the spatial expansion of radio waves, we attempted to lend metadata a form. Using the light painting technique, we placed our idea of these data in a room, making it haptic. The resulting forms depict possible data sets and examine the design possibilities between technoid holograms and personal notes.

(Source: onformative.com)