Slowscreen is a research in progress by Louis Eveillard and Pauline Gourlet.
Slowscreen is a black capacitive fabric screen, reactive to the skin temperature. Embedded in the home — furnitures, walls, pillows or curtains — these sensitive areas become expression spaces between housemates. Temperature becomes a language for interaction, as a witness of each other past presence. The ephemeral imprint evokes Rorschach inkblots, open to interpretations. This calm technology aims to integrate the usual complexity of information in the texture of everyday life.