Public buildings are the keys to use a society in it’s full extent. They allow you to get a passport, take a train to travel through the country or see the art in a museum. But what happens if you do not have independent access? Spaces are build by visual orientation, unabling visual imparred to fully experience the architecture.
Tik-tik is an inclusive indoor navigation system. It allows all users to indepenently access a public building. It works by letting a smartphone position itself in a space and recognize the registered spacial environment. Each user selects the wayfinding information. A person in a wheel chair is guided to a borderless route. A blind person is led to it’s destination by using the telephone as a vibrating dowsing rod.