TEI ’10: Malleable Maps, Artistic Robots and Bubble Interfaces (Videos)

from MIT’s Technology Review:

The Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI ’10) conference was held in Cambridge, MA, this week. Technologists and designers from around the world gathered to demonstrate projects exploring the blurring of physical and digital user interfaces. Here are some of the most interesting projects from the conference

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One response to “TEI ’10: Malleable Maps, Artistic Robots and Bubble Interfaces (Videos)

  1. Have you heard about the MIT Media lab? The have some fancy social robotics which would perfectly fit your taste. Click on my name to get to the Media Lab website.

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