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Published on Mar 26, 2011
Organization: Toyohashi University of Technology Authors: Yuu Arita, P. Ravindra S. De Silva, and Michio Okada Website: www.icd.cs.tut.ac.jp/ Description: Do you image that HINOCO is just a curtain? HINOCOs are mysterious creatures that live in the interactive interface of a curtain, making it seem like they are really living with users. The creatures appear when a curtain is swayed by the wind or by users, and then they move on the curtain with different behaviors when given directions. Moreover, when uses touch (push) the curtain, the HINACOs gather at the point of contact, and when users release their touch, the HINACOs spread into different directions. This kind of interaction is grounded in the perception-auction coupling, while gaining the engagement of the user.