A digital mobile made up of gently moving fish is the winning design in the Dezeen and Samsung competition to create Ambient Mode graphics for the brand’s QLED TV.
Kinetic Decor – designed by Matthew Cockerill, Stephen Waller and Peter Hälldahl, of London- and Aarhus-based Swift Creatives – saw off competition from four other shortlisted entries in the Dezeen x Samsung TV Ambient Mode design competition.
The contest asked entrants to create a visual experience that displays when the QLED TV is not in use.
Swift Creatives’ design involves a digital version of a traditional mobile, with each suspended fish able to rotate just like in real life.
However it also boasts a range of features not possible in the physical world. The fish can change colour to suit to their environment and react to changes in lighting, by moving faster or slower.
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