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Published on Nov 19, 2010
Accustomed to traditional user experiences with mouse and keyboard, designers are challenged to break free and find new and compelling approaches to interaction design for natural user interfaces. Tangible and embodied interaction works in parallel, is quick, and allows cooperative work. This exploration serves to inspire and provoke critical reflection on interaction design for natural user interfaces based on physical substances that are used in everyday life -- like eggs, soap bubbles, and magnets.
Performance and conducting: T. Heinig, I. Reiche, D. Schmidt, H. Leitner, B. Eschrich, D. Menzel, T. Reinsch, F. Angelova and A. Kürbis.