We think about the design, the media and the user experience when we create interactive objects for installations, architectural design, connected objects and objects in motion. Our work is strongly influenced by forces of change, ergonomics, forms of motion, shapes and structures created by nature and by the social fabrics of the people which was created through time and is still present in our collective memories.
From fully working demos to prototypes and final products, we build interactive works of many different scales, with selected materials, cutting-edge processes and fully integrated electronics including power, communication systems. Fabrication experts, programmers and designers work together to create an unique eco-system of skills and resources for each of our client's project.
The Dynamic Virtual Patient Aphrodisias , Nighthawks and The Virtual Garden Download Tinker too's pdf about interactive installations
We design innovative virtual worlds that can change dynamically with sound, video cameras and other data coming from sensors located in the real world. We develop projects around the ideas of interactive animations, navigation inside a story, diverse ways of seeing the world and playfulness.
We work with large and small companies to consolidate what's already in place and to develop digital innovations for our clients.
Interactive video project in development.
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We design the visual elements that will trigger our natural attraction to playfulness and complexity.
Let me introduce myself, I am the Managing Director of Tinkertoo.net, an interactive design studio based in Singapore and the founder of tinkering.net, a design studio based in the USA. As an artist, designer, architect, author, entrepreneur and teacher, my work addresses many forms of technology, interactive design and digital tools. My interactive media artwork has been presented at venues internationally in the USA, Europe, South America and South East Asia. Link to bio (pdf) Link to CV
Some of Jean-Marc Gauthier's clients and collaborations include New York University School of Medicine, the Department of Neurosurgery at NYU Medical Center, the Fine Arts Institute in New York City, the University of Alabama and Rockefeller University. Other collaborations include the American Museum of the Moving Image (NYC), Chelsea Art Museum (NYC), File Festival (Brazil), Ars Electronica Festival (Austria), Villette-Biennale Numérique (Paris), Le Cube, MAMAC (France), Siggraph Asia (Singapore), ArtScience Museum (Singapore), Affordable Art Fair(Singapore) and DaeGu (South Korea)
gauthier at tinkertoo.netTinker too Pte Ltd