Cartier: Interactive Store Windows
Get a taste of expensive jewelry from the sidewalk.
Cartier in New York City does some Christmas magic with an interactive window display that lets passersby open and close jewelry boxes with just a wave of their hand.
Motors are hidden underneath the table, along with a Mac Mini that sends data to controller boards that control the movement of the boxes. The installation was created by designers Jamie Ziegelbaum and Marcelo Coelho, via Vice and Intel's The Creators Project.
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