TANGIBLE AND EMBEDDED INTERACTION

20/02/2009

Enquanto isso, na Inglaterra, acaba de acontecer a terceira conferência sobre interatividade tangível e pervasiva; seguem alguns exemplos do tipo de idéias e aplicativos que estão sendo desenvolvidos:

THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TANGIBLE AND EMBEDDED INTERACTION – Cambridge, February 2009

Comics, Robots, Fashion and Programming: outlining the concept of actDresses
Ylva Fernaeus (SICS), Mattias Jacobsson (SICS)

Paints, Paper, and Programs: First Steps Toward the Computational Sketchbook
Leah Buechley (MIT Media Lab), Sue Hendrix (University of Colorado at Boulder),  
Mike Eisenberg (University of Colorado at Boulder)

Shutters: A Permeable Surface for Environmental Control and Communication
Marcelo Coelho (MIT Media Lab,) Pattie Maes (MIT Media Lab)

The Digital Hourglass 
Fabian Hemmert (Deutsche Telekom Laboratories),  Susann Hamann (Potsdam University of Applied Sciences), Reto Wettach (Potsdam University of Applied Sciences)                                          

Living Interfaces: The Impatient Toaster
Eva Burneleit (Potsdam University of Applied Sciences), Fabian Hemmert (Deutsche Telekom Laboratories), Reto Wettach (Potsdam University of Applied Sciences)                                            

Piezing: A Garment Harvesting Energy from the Natural Motion of the Human Body
Amanda Parkes (Tangible Media Group, MIT Media Lab),  Adam Kumpf  (Tangible Media Group, MIT Media Lab), Hiroshi Ishii (Tangible Media Group, MIT Media Lab)

Sad is Heavy and Happy is Light – Population Stereotypes of Tangible Object Attributes 

Jörn Hurtienne (TU Berlin), Christian Stößel, (TU Berlin), Katharina Weber (USEEDS GmbH)

Peripheral Tangible Interaction by Analytic Design
Darren Edge (Microsoft Research Asia), Alan  Blackwell (University of Cambridge)

Physical Manipulation: Evaluating the Potential for Tangible Designs
Andrew Manches (University of Nottingham), Claire O’Malley (University of Nottingham), Steve Benford (University of Nottingham)         

The effect of representation location on interaction in a tangible learning environment
Sara Price (Institute of Education, London), Taciana Pontual Falcão (Institute of Education, London), Jennifer G. Sheridan (Institute of Education, London), George Roussos (Birkbeck College, London)                     

Running up Blueberry Hill: Prototyping Whole Body Interaction in Harmony Space
Simon Holland (The Open University), Paul Marshall (The Open University), Jon Bird (The Open University), Sheep Dalton (The Open University),  Richard Morris (The Open University), Nadia Pantidi (The Open University), Yvonne Rogers          (The Open University), Andy Clark (University of Edinburgh)         

W41K: Digitally Augmenting Traditional Game Environments
Steve Hinske (ETH Zurich), Marc Langheinrich (University of Lugano)

 

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