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MoleBot: Mole in a Table by Woohun Lee. MoleBot is a mole robot built under a transformable game-board inspired table that allows people to enjoy playful interactions with everyday objects and props, and experience what it feels like to have a mole live under your table. It was exhibited at SIGGRAPH 2011 Emerging Technologies from August 7 to 11 in Vancouver, Canada. The MoleBot project was invited at Laval Virtual 2012 and won the Laval Virtual Awards grand prix on March 29, 2012.

MoleBot: Mole in a Table by Woohun Lee. MoleBot is a mole robot built under a transformable game-board inspired table that allows people to enjoy playful interactions with everyday objects and props, and experience what it feels like to have a mole live under your table. It was exhibited at SIGGRAPH 2011 Emerging Technologies from August 7 to 11 in Vancouver, Canada. The MoleBot project was invited at Laval Virtual 2012 and won the Laval Virtual Awards grand prix on March 29, 2012.

A short introduction to DIRTI for iPad's soundscapes: Fire, Water, Electricity, Trains, Bees, Birds, Dishes and Wind. Find out more about the project: user.io/dirti-for-ipad Made with love by User Studio (user.io) In collaboration with researcher Diemo Schwarz from IMTR (Real-Time Music Interaction, imtr.ircam.fr) team at IRCAM (Centre Georges Pompidou) As well as with sound designer Roland Cahen (roland.cahen.pagesperso-orange.fr/)

A short introduction to DIRTI for iPad's soundscapes: Fire, Water, Electricity, Trains, Bees, Birds, Dishes and Wind. Find out more about the project: user.io/dirti-for-ipad Made with love by User Studio (user.io) In collaboration with researcher Diemo Schwarz from IMTR (Real-Time Music Interaction, imtr.ircam.fr) team at IRCAM (Centre Georges Pompidou) As well as with sound designer Roland Cahen (roland.cahen.pagesperso-orange.fr/)

INAHO interactive robotic light [LEXUS design award 2013] - artificial muscle fibres controlled by electricity are attached to the INAHO's 'root'. When the sensors detect a person, muscle fibres shrink and this gives a trigger of swaying. As the stem of INAHO is elastic, this small stimuli can be amplified into a dramatic motion.

INAHO interactive robotic light [LEXUS design award 2013] - artificial muscle fibres controlled by electricity are attached to the INAHO's 'root'. When the sensors detect a person, muscle fibres shrink and this gives a trigger of swaying. As the stem of INAHO is elastic, this small stimuli can be amplified into a dramatic motion.

Touchscreens are probably the WORST interface for the visually impaired, that is why the Textura brings a screen replacement surface that is made for braille, along with a classy, sleek design to the phone.

Touchscreens are probably the WORST interface for the visually impaired, that is why the Textura brings a screen replacement surface that is made for braille, along with a classy, sleek design to the phone.

In pictures: Heathrow launches scent destination installation

In pictures: Heathrow launches scent destination installation

Makey Makey:  —rapid-prototyping tool for UX/UI professionals  —a consumer product for hyper-personalizing interfaces  —an educational platform for teaching hardware hacking to the masses  #MIT #open #possibilities

Create UIs Out of Anything, With This Kit From MIT

Makey Makey: —rapid-prototyping tool for UX/UI professionals —a consumer product for hyper-personalizing interfaces —an educational platform for teaching hardware hacking to the masses #MIT #open #possibilities

What will the world look like when we move beyond the keyboard and mouse? Interaction designer Sean Follmer is building a future with machines that bring information to life under your fingers as you work with it. In this talk, check out prototypes for a 3D shape-shifting table, a phone that turns into a wristband, a deformable game controller and more that may change the way we live and work.

What will the world look like when we move beyond the keyboard and mouse? Interaction designer Sean Follmer is building a future with machines that bring information to life under your fingers as you work with it. In this talk, check out prototypes for a 3D shape-shifting table, a phone that turns into a wristband, a deformable game controller and more that may change the way we live and work.

HaptoMime: Mid-Air Haptic Interaction with a Floating Virtual Screen

HaptoMime: Mid-Air Haptic Interaction with a Floating Virtual Screen

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