Touch me, Feel me!

Tangible Interaction

In the world we live in, we cannot not interact using hand manipulations and handlings. It seems natural that I therefore investigate a variety of interaction principle based on tangile interaction: The physical embodiment of something else (either digital or a system/service).

Range of projects

My first work on Tangible Interaction was around the InterCUBE project and then the I/O Sphere (a sphere shaped I/O device based on heat exchange).

Since then, and currently one of my major research endeavour, I have been involved in Active Forms, devices where tangible action and reaction are merged. I am currently supervising a PhD candidate in Active Forms as well as running yearly undergraduate projects for my students.