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 23.2.2016 – http://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.
Trevor Hogan, Eva Hornecker et. al. Tangible Data, Explorations in Data Physicalization.
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: