CHI 2013 Interactivity with Video Previews
ThorDMX: A Prototyping Toolkit for Interactive Stage Lighting Control ThorDMX is a lightweight prototyping toolkit for designing expressive, collaborative and flexible stage lighting controllers. The toolkit provides a framework, code and tutorials for developing controllers using familiar prototyping tools.
GravitySpace: Tracking Users and Their Poses in a Smart Room Using a Pressure-Sensing Floor GravitySpace is a pressure-sensitive floor: It identifies and tracks users, recognizes poses, and detects objects based on pressure imprints. Virtual 3D-avatars visualize in real-time what users are doing on the floor.
ColourNet: A System of Interactive and Interacting Digital Artworks ColourNet is a digital art system composed of two interactive and interacting artworks - Shaping Form and Transformations.
NoiseBear: A Wireless Malleable Multiparametric Controller for use in Assistive Technology Contexts NoiseBear is a malleable multiparametric interface, made with conductive textiles, currently being developed in participatory design workshops with disabled children.
Spinning Data: Remixing Live Data Like a Music DJ Spin data! Using a DJ turntable curate and mix the story of a live event based on social media. Try it for CHI or other ongoing event.
Musical Embrace: Facilitating Engaging Play Experiences through Social Awkwardness Musical Embrace is a novel digital game that promotes social awkwardness, arising through close physical proximity between strangers, and challenges current ideologies associated with digital games, play and interactivity.
Mind Pool: Encouraging Self-Reflection through Ambiguous Bio-Feedback Mind Pool is a Brain-Computer Interface artwork providing real-time feedback of brain activity to encourage sustained interactions and self-reflection through motivating participants to relate ambiguous feedback with their thoughts.
Muscle-Propelled Force Feedback: Bringing Force Feedback to Mobile Devices using Electrical Stimulation Muscle-propelled Force Feedback electrically stimulates the user’s forearm muscles via four electrodes, causing the user to involuntarily tilt the device. As he is countering this force, he perceives force feedback.
Can You Handle It? Bimanual Techniques for Browsing Media Collections on Touchscreen Tablets Experience a compelling and continuous interaction for browsing 'your stuff' in its entirety. Scroll using the rear-mounted dial and accelerate using the front mounted pressure sensor.
Enhancing Saltiness with Cathodal Current Fries can taste saltier without adding salt. \ Weak cathodal current inhibits salty tastes. And saltiness recovers/increases after the release of current. We propose a saltiness enhancer that uses this phenomenon. \
Long Living Chair The Long Living Chair was designed to embody important slow technology concepts. Its semi-hidden display shows how many times it is used over the course of 96 years.
Dirty Tangible Interfaces — Expressive Control of Computers with True Grit Create music and graphic animation by plowing through granular or liquid interaction material, molding sonic landscapes in the Dirty Tangible Interface (DIRTI).
Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled Peppers – an Interface for Playful Language Exploration t-words allow users to playfully explore sounds, words and sentences while engaging collaboratively. Users can record and then playback audio, as well as changing the audio sequences, creating new audio combinations.
MubuFunkScatShare: Gestural Energy and Shared Interactive Music MubuFunkScatShare is a collaborative performance featuring a musician playing guitar, scatting and beatboxing. Multiple visitors can participate in the performance, re-performing live-recorded musical phrases by shaking and waving mobile phones.
PaperTab: An Electronic Paper Computer with Multiple Large Flexible Electrophoretic Displays Papertab is a paper computer with multiple 10.7” functional touch sensitive flexible electrophoretic displays. Papertab merges the benefits of working with electronic documents with the tangibility of paper documents.
Posture Training With Real-time Visual Feedback Improve your standing posture by visiting this interactive demonstration of two different real-time visual posture feedback systems.
MARSUI: Malleable Audio-Reactive Shape-retaining User Interface MARSUI is a deformable hardware prototype that can recognize its own shape. It is designed to investigate the role of interactive auditory feedback as a guide to create specific shapes.
SimpleTones: A Collaborative Sound Controller System for Non-Musicians SimpleTones is an interactive sound system that allows non-musicians to experience improvisation as a group, without the need of previous musical training.
TraInAb: A Solution Based on Tangible and Distributed User Interfaces to Improve Cognitive Disabilities TraInAb (Training Intellectual Abilities) is an interactive and collaborative set of games based on Tangible and Distributed User Interfaces designed to stimulate people with intellectual disabilities