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Motion-Echo Snowboard (2016)

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HapThimble (2016)

Auditory Augmented Sports (2015)

HapThimble is a wearable haptic device capable of providing tactile, pseudo-force, and vibrotactile feedback to a user’s fingertip.

Motion Echo Snowboard is a concept wherein the weight distribution of each foot is displayed on the upper side of snowboard deck.

Sonification that alters perception of body activity results in a significant change of emotional and behavioral response.

Conveyor World (2015)

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JANUS (2014)

Inflatable Graphics (2014)

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A multi-user mixed reality game system on a conventional conveyor belt with a projector-camera system incorporated.

JANUS is simply a double-sided POV display. Users on each side can see independently displayed images.

A shape changing signage with soft material.

Ephemeral User Interface (2014)

Cubement (2014)

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Noonchi (2014)

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interactive media using disappearing material ‘soap foam’, which is familiar and hedonic matter in our daily life.

CUBEMENT is a movement design tool, which functions

as the components for designing mechanical movement.

a study of the Previewable Switch regarding user behavior and spatial mapping.

Transwall (2013)

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Molebot (2011)

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Everyday Use (2011)

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A transparent display that can be used from both sides in order for people to experience co-located, face-to-face interactions.

MoleBot, a robotic mole living in a coffee table that interacts with

small items laid on the table surface.

EveryUse is the new platform particularly designed for sharing cases of artifact appropriation.

Soundbound (2013)

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Inflated Roly-poly (2010)

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Crystal Zoetrop (2009)

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SOUND BOUND is an interactive sound visualizer. It allows the user to distort and create sounds by touch interaction.

An air-contained display medium that can be directly deformed and spatially moved by physical inputs for interactive games.

Crystal zoetrope is a new visual medium  that can create 3-D animations from a 2-D image.

Digital Decals (2010)

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Digital Rubbing (2009)

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Kinetic tiles (2008)

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The rubbed image is transferred directly to the screen in the same manner as with a traditional decal.

Digital rubbing is a playful and intuitive interaction technique for transferring a graphic image directly onto paper.

Kinetic Tiles are modular construction units for physical kinetic animations.

Shade Pixel (2007)

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Shade Painting (2007)

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Shade Pixel is an interactive display that uses flexible Spandex to represent information.

Instead of using paint, people can draw something on a canvas using BuckyBalls, spherical neodymium magnets.

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