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Published on Jun 19, 2007
Tangible intermediaries represent a step in an interesting direction for ubiquitous computing. Tangible intermediaries are a way to layer computation onto existing objects: without replacing them, or adding LCD panels with GUI interfaces, or requiring a separate handheld for configuration. The user can interact with objects in their environment exactly the same way as they always have, but the computer can now sense those interactions, and can supply helpful feedback as an overlay, or take complementary actions. Work done in 2001, video edited 2003. Carson Reynolds and Christopher R. Wren. More information here: http://www.merl.com/projects/tangible...