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ZeroN - Levitated Interaction Element by Jinha Lee. What if materials could defy gravity, so that we could leave them suspended in mid-air? ZeroN is a physical and digital interaction element that floats and moves in space by computer-controlled magnetic levitation.

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Firewall by Aaron Sherwood. An interactive media installation created in collaboration with Mike Allison. A stretched sheet of spandex acts as a membrane interface sensitive to depth that people can push into and create fire-like visuals and expressively play music. More information available at: http://aaron-sherwood.com/works/firewall

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ZeroN: a physical and digital interaction element that floats and moves in space by computer-controlled magnetic levitation.

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MIT Creates Amazing UI From Levitating Orbs

Jinha Lee, from the Tangible Media Group of the MIT Media Lab, in collaboration with Rehmi Post, has been playing with the idea of manipulating real floating objects in 3-D space to create a truly tactile user interface. His prototype is called the ZeroN, and it will drop your jaw when you see it working for the first (and second and third) time.