In collaboration with Atelier Markgraph, unit-design developed the interactive hands-on exhibits for DaimlerChrysler's Interfaces/Interactions project at Expo 2000. The three zones, Touch Ground, Sonic Zone and Visual Area, were intended to educate children and young people about the new opportunities available for interacting with technology and the environment. These included the Eyetracker – probably the world's first public computer terminal to feature eye control.




Various exhibits, such as the voice-controlled games table at which six people could play a computer game together, dealt with human senses and brought to life interaction with the future of technology.