We’re at the TEI 2016 conference

We’re currently presenting project results and research findings at the TEI 2016 conference in Eindhoven, NL. Below is a list of our contributions and some pictures from the conference:

UPDATE 17.2.2016 – Eric Geißler’s project SenSole just won the Jury Award of the Student Design Challenge at TEI 2016. Congratulations Eric!
UPDATE 23.2.2016http://www.uni-weimar.de/de/medieninformationen/archiv/titel/8580/

Pneumatibles (Full paper + Demo):
Kristian Gohlke, Eva Hornecker, and Wolfgang Sattler. 2016. Pneumatibles – Exploring Soft Robotic Actuators for the Design of User Interfaces with Pneumotactile Feedback. Tenth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction. TEI 2016. (pdf).

 

Modifying Gesture Elicitation (Full paper):
Lynn Hoff, Eva Hornecker, and Sven Bertel. Modifying Gesture
Elicitation: Do Kinaesthetic Priming and Increased Production Reduce
Legacy Bias?
Tenth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction. TEI 2016.

 

Studio Workshop:
Trevor Hogan, Eva Hornecker et. al. Tangible Data, Explorations in Data Physicalization.
http://dataphys.org/workshops/tei16/

 

Student Design Challenge:
Christopher Kopic (Supervised by Kristian Gohlke).
Inflatibits – A Modular Soft Robot Construction Kit.

Eric Geißler (Supervised by Andreas Mühlenberend) SenSole (Winner of the 2016 TEI Student Design Challenge Jury Award):

Anthony O’Brien, Megan Dalton-Rafferty Danielle Daly, Craig Fleming (Supervised by Trevor Hogan). HULAGRAM: Inspiring Creativity through Human Movement.

Conor Byrne, Patrick Frahill, Evan Healy, Rebecca Power (Supervised by Trevor Hogan). brainStORB.

 

Pictures from the Conference:

http://www.tei-conf.org/16/
https://twitter.com/hashtag/TEI2016?src=hash

#TEI2016

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