The Würfelwald (literary: dice forest) is an interactive installation. It offers the user full control over the flora and fauna of a typical middle-european forest which they can shape and form to their liking. Every dice stands for different parts of the ecosystem like plants, animals or even weather.
»Würfelwald« won the Animago Award 2013 in the category »best interactive production«.
It was also nominated for the Giebichenstein Design Award 2012 in the category »best project group result«
»Würfelwald« was exhibited at the FMX 2014, the NEXT 2014, the Long Night of Computer Games 2014 in Leipzig,
and the yearly exhibition of the Burg Giebichenstein University of Art and Design in Halle 2012.
You can also visit »Würfelwald« at the »Forsthaus« in Waldsassen, Germany.
Raphael Polte | Marvin Podsendek
Burg Giebichenstein University of Art Halle, 2012, 6. semester
Mentor: Prof. Anette Scholz, Tom Hanke