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Relief: a scalable actuated shape display

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Relief: a scalable actuated shape display
Relief is an actuated tabletop display, which is able to render and animate three-dimensional shapes with a malleable surface. It allows users to experience and form digital models like geographical terrain in an intuitive manner. The tabletop surface is actuated by an array of 120 motorized pins, which are controlled with a low-cost, scalable platform built upon open-source hardware and software tools. Each pin can be addressed individually and senses user input like pulling and pushing. Author Keywords Pin array, Haptic display, Tangible Input, Shape Display, Relief Interface ACM Classification Keywords H.5.1: Multimedia Information Systems—Artificial, augmented and virtual realities; H.5.2 [Information Interface]: User Interface - Haptic I/O. General Terms Design
Daniel Leithinger, Hiroshi Ishii
Added 18 May 2010
Updated 18 May 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where TEI
Authors Daniel Leithinger, Hiroshi Ishii
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