Di-Dah-Dit is a poetic marble-based telepresence apparatus, in the form of two devices, distant and connected. Two players are virtually facing each other, together controlling the progress of a steel marble balanced on two rails, by varying their spacing at each end. Each player’s physical influence is reproduced remotely by means of motors.

The installation is a meditation around playful and tangible communication, as well as a technical and aesthetic exploration in the age of quick prototyping and «Internet of things».

Di-Dah-Dit is a project by Camille Morizot (HEAD student)