Chop-Chop, a wearable, a helper and supporter if stuff just needs to get done.
Chop-Chop is designed to help people give tasks to each other. The bracelet, made out of wire and equipped with a little screen and a motor, is worn by each member of a social group. Tasks can be proposed by each member of the group – included a person to which the task is given and a deadline (“chopline”). Each member can approve or disapprove of the task, a fairwell democratic system. Should the task be approveed by more than 50% of the group, the chosen one is forced to fulfill his job within the chopline. If not the bracelet starts pulling itself together until the hand is ultimately chop-chopped off.
The form resembles a gallow and is supposed to be a constant reminder of the consequence of an eventual disobedience.