Phio (Physical Input Output)

Tangibly exceed the flat experience of an app
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

The communication with the ‘Internet-of-Things’ products usually takes place through a smartphone app. Phio, as a generic remote control, offers a richer interaction through a tangible interface and, in doing so, provides a different angle on interaction when compared to the flat app experience. Phio questions the obsession for screens and shows designers an alternative.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology
Partner: Frog Design
Sponsor: Stamhuis Lineairtechniek

People

Wouter van der Wal
Coach: Stephan Wensveen 

Contact

w.v.d.wal [at] student.tue . nl
www.woutdesigner.com

The communication with the ‘Internet-of-Things’ products usually takes place through a smartphone app. Phio, as a generic remote control, offers a richer interaction through a tangible interface and, in doing so, provides a different angle on interaction when compared to the flat app experience. Phio questions the obsession for screens and shows designers an alternative.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology
Partner: Frog Design
Sponsor: Stamhuis Lineairtechniek

People

Wouter van der Wal
Coach: Stephan Wensveen 

Contact

w.v.d.wal [at] student.tue . nl
www.woutdesigner.com

Phio (Physical Input Output)

The communication with the ‘Internet-of-Things’ products usually takes place through a smartphone app. Phio, as a generic remote control, offers a richer interaction through a tangible interface and, in doing so, provides a different angle on interaction when compared to the flat app experience. Phio questions the obsession for screens and shows designers an alternative.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology
Partner: Frog Design
Sponsor: Stamhuis Lineairtechniek

People

Wouter van der Wal
Coach: Stephan Wensveen 

Contact

w.v.d.wal [at] student.tue . nl
www.woutdesigner.com

The communication with the ‘Internet-of-Things’ products usually takes place through a smartphone app. Phio, as a generic remote control, offers a richer interaction through a tangible interface and, in doing so, provides a different angle on interaction when compared to the flat app experience. Phio questions the obsession for screens and shows designers an alternative.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology
Partner: Frog Design
Sponsor: Stamhuis Lineairtechniek

People

Wouter van der Wal
Coach: Stephan Wensveen 

Contact

w.v.d.wal [at] student.tue . nl
www.woutdesigner.com