#ITS2011: Augmenting Touch Interaction Through Acoustic Sensing

#ITS2011: Augmenting Touch Interaction Through Acoustic Sensing

Pedro Lopes, Ricardo Jota, Joaquim Jorge [Published at ACM ITS 2011, Kobe, Japan / paper] Recognizing how a person actually touches a surface has¬†generated a strong interest within the interactive surfaces community. Although we agree that touch is the main source of information, unless other cues are accounted for, user intention might not be accurately […]

Possibilities#2: Audio Layer

Our desired application is modular and layered, which means apart from the interface module (whose possibilities we’ve explored in the last post) Here there’s probably one million ways to go, all very different in possibilities and in scope of programming (from low level languages to higher and even visual programming). In this post I explore […]