Category: Tabletop Systems

SecuVa – A Collaborative Gesture Framework Supporting Tabletop User Interfaces

In the course of his Master thesis at the Hochschule RheinMain, Tim Hofmann researched the possibilities of collaborative gestures on tabletop user interfaces. I supervised his thesis and am really impressed what Tim has created.

Posted in Gestures, HCI, Hochschule RheinMain, Multi-Touch, Tabletop Systems Tagged with: collaboration, gestures, Multi-Touch, tabletop

A 3D-Printable Set of Tangible Objects

At the Hochschule RheinMain, we experiment with tangible user interfaces (TUI) a lot. We are especially interested in improving the authoring process of TUIs. On one hand of the creation process is the software issue how the interaction and the

Posted in 3D Printing, Authoring, Hochschule RheinMain, Portfolio, Tabletop Systems, Tangible Interfaces

The TwinTable – A Multi-Touch Tabletop System for Tangible Interaction

The TwinTable is a multi-touch tabletop system that Simon Lehmann and I have built at the RheinMain University. After my previous table, the Virttable, we wanted to go for something bigger and with Full HD. Furthermore, our goal was a

Posted in Hochschule RheinMain, Multi-Touch, Portfolio, Projection, Tabletop Systems, tracking

The Multi-Touch Table Virttable [Update]

The second multi-touch table, that I have built is called The Virttable, which stands for Versatile Illumination Research Touch Table. This table is the property of the department for Design, Computer Science and Media (DCSM) of the Wiesbaden University of

Posted in Hochschule RheinMain, Multi-Touch, Portfolio, Projection, Tabletop Systems, tracking Tagged with: diy, low-cost, Multi-Touch, reactivision, self-made, tangible, touchlib, touchreac, tui