"Touch is a great social leveler reaching across class, economic, color and ethnic boundaries" p. 23.”
— Colton, Helen. The Gift of touch: How Physical Contact Improves Communication, Pleasure and Health. New York, US: Seaview/Putnam, 1983. Print.
The London based creative laboratory Bare Conductive was invited to team up with Fabio Antinori and Alicja Pytlewska in order to develop a large-scale metaphor for…
A conveyance of data via several sensory channels increases the capacity of processing and minimizes the risk of errors”
— Haverkamp, Michael. Synesthetic Design: Handbook for a Multi-Sensory Approach. Basel: Birkhäuser, 2012. Internet resource.
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In this video the idea of music composing with an elastic tabletop including tangible objects embedded into its surface is described. An elastic display dyna…
Accustomed to traditional user experiences with mouse and keyboard, designers are challenged to break free and find new and compelling approaches to interact…
In today’s world, enthusiasts for virtual reality do pay attention to sense experience, but only in order to replace it by simulations. These, according to Mark Slouka, are then often regarded as more real, and of greater value, than experience of real life.”
— Pacey, Arnold. Meaning in Technology. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1999.
Workmanship depended on handling materials as well as on vision, and one philosopher of technology has noted that in some senses, artisans may have been “thinking with the hands”.”
— (Carl Mitcham cited by Arnold Pacey, 2001).
Imogen Heap helps invent gloves that will “change the way we make music”