Thursday, 27 January 2011

Fluid interfaces and poetry

Think of how many new ways we can interact with language; and then imagine a screen, a bit like looking through your phone camera screen, that projects a poem onto any living moving background. Or as a soft ball play area for adults that mixes digitally stored lines and sounds as a result of play. Or a mirror with a small storage interface set in that allows you to record data notes and lines, and then re-assembles over a pre-defined period or randomly...

More on the techie stuff from the MIT fluid interface research team here:

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