Post archive for ‘TUI’
Really cool TUI that builds piano keys into the stairs of a subway station to see if “fun” can increase stair usage.
From a TUI standpoint, this is quite different from what we’ve seen in class. It’s the first TUI that is a more full-body experience, and the first TUI that doesn’t require the user’s hands. [...]
MouseHaus is a tangible user interface designed for collaborative urban planning. MouseHaus is more spontaneous than URP (it offers the opportunity to create new urban elements on the fly), but it is also more limited (it only projects traffic patterns, not light or wind patterns).
As far as music-related TUIs go, the Novation LaunchPad Music Control Surface is pretty tied to its GUI counterpart… but it still looks pretty awesome. I’m confused as to how it works, but it seems as if the center buttons can be programmed to correspond to certain effects, tones, OR volumes, depending on what buttons [...]
So I know the video is from months ago, but I can’t stop watching Oh, Hello’s Microsoft video. I was immediately fascinated by the stunningly beautiful interface design, animation, colors, everything. The more I watch it, however, the more I’m taken with the tangible user interface aspects of the project. First of all, check this [...]
George Legrady’s Cell Tango exhibit opened at the Davis Musuem this fall, and it’s certainly an interesting and timely piece. Aggregating subject-tagged cell phone photos that are emailed in by the public (mainly Wellesley students, faculty, and staff at this point), the piece runs a few different algorithms to organize and display the photos. One [...]