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TUISTER: a tangible UI for hierarchical structures

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TUISTER: a tangible UI for hierarchical structures
Tangible user interfaces provide access to virtual information through intuitive physical manipulation. However, feedback is mostly provided by displays in the environment instead of the TUI itself. In this paper we describe the design of Tuister, a tangible user interface with multiple embedded displays and sensors. We explain how Tuister can be used to browse and access hierarchical structures and briefly describe the current state of a prototype we’re building. Categories and Subject Descriptors H.5.2 [HCI]: User Interfaces—Input devices and strategies General Terms Design, Human Factors Keywords Tangible user interfaces, Input devices
Andreas Butz, Markus H. Gross, Antonio Krüger
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where IUI
Authors Andreas Butz, Markus H. Gross, Antonio Krüger
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