infObjects / infObjekte

[img_assist|nid=67|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=80|height=80]infObjects (or german: infObjekte) are objects for visualisation within the field of food.
Various dishes have been examined carefully in respect to content of energy, CO₂ equivalent and their price.
On basis of their ingredients the analysed data of each dish is transformed into tableware objects.

 

The generated plates, bowls and mugs are not designed as usable products but rather as objects for data visualisation. To show the interrelation of data and shape the information has an impact on form and function of the objects:
High content of energy brings little roots to grow out on the bottom and the sides.
The CO₂ equivalent implies how much greenhouse gas has been produced during breeding and processing of a single edible. The higher the value the more small `ozonholes´ are generated in the object.
Ingredients with a very high pricing can be percieved  because the the edge of the segment is pulled upwards. Most edibles though are almost on the same level.

infObjects_photo1
infObjects_photo2
infObjects_energy
indegrent contains more energy --->
infObjects_co2
indegrent costs has a highter CO₂ equivalent --->
infObjects_money
indegrent costs more money --->

 

some more examples:

infobjects_r2
infobjects_r3
infobjects_r4
infobjects_r5
infobjects_r6