Tag: touch

Ever sit in a BMW and think, man, this car is really nice. A good part of that is because BMW hires people to measure and refine the feel of every single surface and button in the car. It isn’t good enough that the button is placed in a convenient location to the driver and […]

Using silver, Kate Stone has invented a touch-sensitive paper surface that can be used to control a digital turntable on an iPad. Made more as a proof of concept than anything else, but hey, it works!

Check out this video of a modern version of Newton’s Cradle made with working lightbulbs. The contraption shown above is made by Japanese student Yasutoki Kariya and he calls it Asobi. It’s hard to see, but according to Laughing Squid, the lightbulbs don’t actually touch!

New Tangible Interfaces by Eunhee Jo from Dezeen on Vimeo. With the exception of the moving speaker (???) how is this any different that covering a Magic Trackpad with a piece of cloth? Let’s not all get carried away here.

New Tangible Interfaces by Eunhee Jo from Dezeen on Vimeo. With the exception of the moving speaker (???) how is this any different that covering a Magic Trackpad with a piece of cloth? Let’s not all get carried away here.