Don't touch me
- Wearable device
The "Don't Touch Me" project is a wearable device designed to simulate the sensation of touching sunflower fluff. Inspired by the sunflowers I cultivate, the device aims to evoke the sense of touch in a world that is often dominated by visual stimuli. The device has a pressure sensor that, when touched, activates an alarm system. I encourage people to experience the world through touch and to appreciate the sense of touch that is often overlooked in our visually-centered society. Even if it's just touching a small flower.
Other wearable works:
I planted sunflowers in May.
The flowers only bloomed in August.
I like to touch the fuzzy hairs while they are sunbathing.
They are saying, don't touch me.
Don't touch me.