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Skweezee – C# Application Interface

Skweezee – C# Application Interface Below are some screenshots of the C# Interface.  

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Inspiration

Wii fit plus and Wii in general inspires us with their interface and the fact that when you buy a Wii, you also buy 2 or 4 or … games which come together with the product in one package. For more »

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Inspiration

Makey Makey is an inspiration for the way of choosing an interface and connecting it with a game.  http://www.makeymakey.com/

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3D touchscreen with tactile feedback

Microsoft’s research unit develops a 3D touchscreen with tactile feedback. The project combines an LCD flat panel screen with force sensors and a robotic arm that moves it back and forwards. By controlling how much resistance there is to a more »

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Elektrobiblioteka

Polish for Electrolibrary, Elektrobiblioteka is a half-art installation, half-peripheral designed by Waldek Wegrzyn that lets a user actually control a computer with a book. Granted, it’s no ordinary book; it’s loaded with all kinds of specialized circuitry. Likewise, you don’t more »

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LEAP MOTION

Say goodbye to your mouse and keyboard. Leap represents an entirely new way to interact with your computers. It’s more accurate than a mouse, as reliable as a keyboard and more sensitive than a touchscreen.  For the first time, you can more »

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Werking product

Algemene werking Visulisatie In het echte model is het de bedoeling dat bij het groeien van de boom extra suggesties worden gegeven van andere paden die kunnen worden uitgegaan. Zo kan de gebruiker ook nieuwe wegen inslaan die hij voordien more »

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Mogees: Multitouch On Any Surface With A Contact Microphone

Here’s an interesting little project that, while it’s unlikely to grow into a major product, nevertheless demonstrates the potential of alternative interfaces. Bruno Zamborlin’s Mogees an abbreviation of “mosaicing gestural surface” takes input from a contact microphone and analyzes it more »

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Touchscreens and gaming devices you can feel

Electroactive polymers are particularly suited to applications in mobile electronic devices, where they make users feel feedback on touchscreens. When the touchscreen is activated, the polymers provide tactile feedback, which can be precisely adjusted to meet given requirements. This aspect more »

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Ziiiro wrist watch

Removing extra parts from your conventional watch, German designer Robert Dabi has come up with a minimalist wristwatch that turns into a bracelet or fashionable accessory for the trendy. ZIIIRO is stunningly beautiful in minimalist looking. With its unfamiliar design, the ZIIIRO watch more »

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Zoektocht interface processing

voorbeelden die we gemaakt hebben bruikbare site met voorbeelden: http://www.openprocessing.org/  

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Snowflake 2011

More than just an advanced programme guide, NDS Snowflake is really a next generation User Experience and Interface. Latest version of award-wining TV User Experience: NDS Snowflake. More info here

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IRIS by Zon Fibra

ZON Musica. Snowflake TV experience created by the TV Product Team at ZON and NDS Design. Product information: http://zon.pt. This is the new ad of ZON. IRIS by ZON Fibra, a product that will revolutionize the television industry.

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Project Horizon, redefining television

Seamlessly browse over 100 channels with ease, including the widest selection of HD content. Or watch premiers, blockbusters and things that you may have missed with On Demand. Engaging, responsive and cool, UPC is redefining the game.

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Inspiration

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Flex Touchscreen Interface

This user interface treats content on the screen as an elastic, flexible material. In the demonstration, the flex interface was used with Google Maps. Parts of the content that are normally pushed outside the screen by scrolling are distorted to more »

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Omnitouch

Microsoft Research Redmond researchers Hrvoje Benko and Scott Saponas present the OmniTouch which is a wearable depth-sensing and projection system that enables interactive multitouch applications on everyday surfaces. Beyond the shoulder-worn system, there is no instrumentation of the user or environment. Foremost, more »

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John Underkoffler

The iconic scene in Minority Report when Tom Cruise put on his data glove and started whooshing through video clips of future crimes, marked a change in popular thinking about interfaces – showing how sexy it could be to use more »

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Buxton Collection

Over the past 30 years, designer, writer, and researcher Bill Buxton has been collecting. Explore his collection of input and interactive devices that he found interesting, useful, or important in the history of pen computing, pointing devices, and touch technologies. more »

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