Tangible Interfaces - 1999

Hiroshi Ishii

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Tangible Interfaces are physical objects that embody computation. They can exist either independentl from a traditional computer or used as unique input devices for it. This class explores new designs and paradigms for tangible interfaces, and investigates the design process and metaphor usage of these new objects.

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