Building Novel Interfaces (08 Dec 2000)
Glove-TalkII is an adaptive gesture-to-speech device which works like a musical instrument for speech. The Iamascope is an interactive artwork that places the participant into a large video-based, musical kaleidoscope. Video cubism is an interactive volumetric visualisation of video data. Sound sculpting is a sound design interface that uses virtual physical objects to manipulate the quality of sound. The Forklift Ballet is a dance piece using forklifts to demonstrate the relationship between skill, aesthetics and expression. Each of these projects has implications for developing a theory on human-machine interaction.
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