TAC.TILES gives 3D-modelling a sense of touch

  • A closer look at the TAC.TILES 3D modelling desk. Image credit: Simon Van Pottelbergh
  • A closer look at the TAC.TILES 3D modelling desk. Image credit: Simon Van Pottelbergh
  • A closer look at the TAC.TILES 3D modelling desk. Image credit: Simon Van Pottelbergh
  • A closer look at the TAC.TILES 3D modelling desk. Image credit: Simon Van Pottelbergh
  • Working with the TAC.TILES 3D modelling desk. Image credit: Simon Van Pottelbergh
Date:4 July 2017 Author: Nikky Knijf Tags:,

A Belgian design graduate created TAC.TILES – a 3D-modelling desk with buttons that allows artists to feel what they’re designing.

Luca school of Arts graduate Simon Van Pottelbergh designed the device as part of his master’s project. It consists of 15 different modular units that can be attached to suit the user’s needs.

Connected, TAC.TILES is reminiscent of a sound desk or intricate gaming controller. In essence, it’s every 4-year-old’s dream.

Watch the video below to see how it works.

Source: Design Milk

Images and video credit: Simon Van Pottelbergh