Vika

The smaller, the better!
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

Vika is an interactive wall for children in an oncology department. At the heart of the game are 78 rotating flaps that respond to (arm) movements. The smaller the movement, the more flaps move. Children create the most spectacular responses, boosting their confidence and (momentarily) dispel ling their parents’ worst concerns.

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Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Client: Princess Maxima Centre for Child Oncology

People

Aadjan van der Helm
Tomasz Jaskiewicz
Sara Ferrari
Marco Rozendaal 
Contributing students: Oukje van Merle, Iris Tol, Josine Vos, Moritz Fieback, Priska van Binsbergen, Debbie Rouw, Daan Middendorp, Ziran Chin-On, Sharon Komen

Contact

a.j.c.vanderHelm [at] tudelft . nl

Vika is an interactive wall for children in an oncology department. At the heart of the game are 78 rotating flaps that respond to (arm) movements. The smaller the movement, the more flaps move. Children create the most spectacular responses, boosting their confidence and (momentarily) dispel ling their parents’ worst concerns.

Download the in-depth article here.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Client: Princess Maxima Centre for Child Oncology

People

Aadjan van der Helm
Tomasz Jaskiewicz
Sara Ferrari
Marco Rozendaal 
Contributing students: Oukje van Merle, Iris Tol, Josine Vos, Moritz Fieback, Priska van Binsbergen, Debbie Rouw, Daan Middendorp, Ziran Chin-On, Sharon Komen

Contact

a.j.c.vanderHelm [at] tudelft . nl

Vika

Vika is an interactive wall for children in an oncology department. At the heart of the game are 78 rotating flaps that respond to (arm) movements. The smaller the movement, the more flaps move. Children create the most spectacular responses, boosting their confidence and (momentarily) dispel ling their parents’ worst concerns.

Download the in-depth article here.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Client: Princess Maxima Centre for Child Oncology

People

Aadjan van der Helm
Tomasz Jaskiewicz
Sara Ferrari
Marco Rozendaal 
Contributing students: Oukje van Merle, Iris Tol, Josine Vos, Moritz Fieback, Priska van Binsbergen, Debbie Rouw, Daan Middendorp, Ziran Chin-On, Sharon Komen

Contact

a.j.c.vanderHelm [at] tudelft . nl

Vika is an interactive wall for children in an oncology department. At the heart of the game are 78 rotating flaps that respond to (arm) movements. The smaller the movement, the more flaps move. Children create the most spectacular responses, boosting their confidence and (momentarily) dispel ling their parents’ worst concerns.

Download the in-depth article here.

Partners

Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology
Client: Princess Maxima Centre for Child Oncology

People

Aadjan van der Helm
Tomasz Jaskiewicz
Sara Ferrari
Marco Rozendaal 
Contributing students: Oukje van Merle, Iris Tol, Josine Vos, Moritz Fieback, Priska van Binsbergen, Debbie Rouw, Daan Middendorp, Ziran Chin-On, Sharon Komen

Contact

a.j.c.vanderHelm [at] tudelft . nl