We may have entered the digital era to control our communication with sleek touch sensitive devices, but we definitely have lost the artist or natural aspect, making interaction flat and monotonous. Now, with a desire to add fun to your interaction, Teague’s Benoit Collette and Adam Kumpf have come up with an exploratory device called the “Radioball” that encourages discovery through rich spatial interaction. Thinking back to the days of old analog radios, the magic of finding unexpected stations in the midst of fuzz is both enchanting and evocative. The new device lets you compare those special moments with today’s digital-based interactions of screens and tact switches, offering users exactly what they want when we want it, but sadly with no room to stumble onto alternatives. Go past the break to see the video.