Posts Tagged ‘CHI’
LaserOrigami – lasercutting 3D objects

LaserOrigami: Laser-Cutting 3D Objects   Stefanie Mueller, Bastian Kruck, and Patrick Baudisch, CHI ’13 Figure 1: LaserOrigami fabricates 3D structure by bending, rather than using joints, thereby eliminating the need for manual assembly. Here it fabricates a mobile phone screen cam by (a)┬ácutting the contour lines and (b) heating up the bend paths until the [...]

CapStones and ZebraWidgets
CapStones and ZebraWidgets

CapStones and ZebraWidgets: Sensing Stacks of Building Blocks, Dials and Sliders on Capacitive Touch Screens   Liwei Chan, Stefanie Mueller, Anne Roudaut and Patrick Baudisch, CHI ’12 Recent research proposes augmenting capacitive touch pads with tangible objects, enabling a new generation of mobile applications enhanced with tangible objects, such as game pieces and tangible controllers. [...]