Well, that thing looks promising.
Category Archives: Tangible Interfaces
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 user interfaces can be designed and developed. However, on the other hand, there stands the …
Actracktive – Combined Multi-Touch and Fiducial Tracking for FTIR and DI Setups
My colleague Simon Lehmann has built the tracking framework Actracktive.
A Paper Interface for Geometry at Primary School
I really like the idea of augmenting paper with projected contents…
Donald Norman’s »Natural User Interfaces Are Not Natural«
I really like Donald Norman’s essay »Natural User Interfaces Are Not Natural« that he wrote for the ACM interactions magazine. In this essay Norman shares his view on the role of natural user interfaces (for him represented, e.g., by »speech, gesture, or the tapping of the body’s electrical signals for “thought control,”«) in terms of …
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Throng – a Cross-Platform Multiplexer for Tuio Messages and Packets
Throng (Tuio multiplexeR that crOps and Globalizes) provides a Tuio multiplexer with added benefits written in Java.
Microsoft Surface 2 Preview
I am Stunned
umami: Multi-Touch and Tangible User Interfaces for Future Kitchens
I am going to present a few projects on my blog which I like. This post introduces the Umami project of Florian Cannon, Robert Fläck, Florian Gondolf, Mischa Korn, Daniel Pehnec, Sarah Martens, Tara Staton from Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences. umami proposes the the integration of multi-touch surfaces in kitchens of the future for …
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SurfaceWare – Special Glasses to Recognize if Glass is Empty via Multi-touch TUI Tracking
Fancy: Special drinking glasses, which allow to recognize the amount of fluid in the glasses.
Touchlib Config.xml Blobconfig Parameters, What They Do and What They Do not Do
Recently, I have been working on the Touchlib in order to refine some things, which always bothered me and to add some things of which I think that they would come in handy e.g. a full-grown Pointgrey Flycapture2 filter that allows me to edit the Pointgrey Firefly MV camera’s settings in a way that I …
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