Another design project from Purin Phanichphant, this time about a man & his tshirts — and a design intervention to choose what tshirt fits the day. The project is called Out of The Closet.
Everyday, Purin wakes up, takes a shower, and picks one t-shirt, an artifact that represents his personal history, identity, and believes. But with little time and over 50 t-shirts folded up in his tiny closet, he often feels that he has no control over how he might want to express himself. In this experiment, we leverage the computer’s processing power to help Purin have a little more fun picking his ideal t-shirt for the day. The life-size back-projected piece equipped with a wireless foot pedal was installed at Stanford’s product design loft during the "personal statements" night.