a product and interface design study of religious objects using the example of a Buddhist house altar.
a diary that takes short spoken messages instead of writing.
an input device for mood-based music playback. Three plants represent three different moods: Relax, Digital and Energetic.
a concept for a 360°-projection in Leipzig’s Grassi Museum of Applied Arts.
a video game designed and developed for Stuttgart based bar “Wurst & Fleisch”.
an audiovisual live performance in which image and sound are inspiring one another through improvised interaction.
SPEAKEASY was a Stuttgart based night club for hip hop and electro subculture. My former fellow student Hartmut Ulmer and I were deeply involved in the developent and realization of the room- and light concept for the club.
an interactive guiding system to give information about the range of shops, restaurants, service stations etc. available at the airport and how to get to them.
generative animation for the opening event of the Year of Science 2011 in Berlin.
senses reconnected was realized 2010 as a semester project at Stuttgart Media University. A group of 12 students created this interactive installation.
My name is Franz Rosenberger. I am an interdisciplinary designer and coder.
Working as a freelancer mainly in user experience and user interface design for 5+ years, I gathered profound knowledge and work experience in those design fields.
My work in the field of interaction design moves within the intersections between design, art and technology.
This portfolio displays a selection of my work.