Category Archives: interaction

The search for the perfect game controller

For Luke, my hardcore gaming roomate passed me this link when I told him about your thesis. Lots of cool resources on merging computer and console interfaces, and bizarre looking vintage game controllers. http://blog.slaingod.com/articles/2008/10/15/descent-into-hell-one-mans-journey-to-find-the-perfect-game-controller
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E-Waste

As technology advances and we build more and more devices, the number of obsolete electronics is in need of disposal is going as well. The issue of global E-Waste is a mounting concern. via GOOD
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Controller Mods

Ben Heck is a hacker with a history of taking controllers and mod them so that handicapped individuals can more easy use them.
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108 by Nils Volker

interactive, lifelike plastic bags…THIS MADE ME THINK OF PRITIKAS BALLOON!!! 🙂 video and more pictures here
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Practical uses for the kinect

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My little piece of privacy

Awesome computer vision project which elegantly (and algorithmically) creates private space. http://www.niklasroy.com/
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wordnik

word- bookmarking interactive site with dictionary, comments from the users, how many times its been listed by users, favorited, looked up, its scabble score, found on flickr, used on twitter, and charts of its occurrences since the 1800s… http://www.wordnik.com/
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Artificial Smile – Stefan Stubbe and Andreas Schmelas

This camera can make you 🙂 even if you’re :(ing. http://www.creativeapplications.net/objects/artificial-smile-openframeworks-objects/
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Helge Fisher – Display of Affection

In this project, Fisher explores paranoia and virtualized emotion through an interface that allows users to caress strangers from a distance. http://www.hfischer.info/displayofaffection.html Display of Affection from Helge Fischer on Vimeo.
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Symon: A procedurally generated game

Symon is a puzzle game that tells the story of a bedridden hospital patient who sorely misses his home and family. What makes the game unique is that each time you play it regenerates the level creating a new story.
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