Tangible Acoustic Interface

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Tai-Chi – Future Interactive Interface

European researchers are working on what they call a “tangible acoustic interface", which will allow users to convert virtually any tangible objects such as table tops, walls, and windows, into interactive surfaces. The advantage of these new techniques is that they are not limited to objects of a specific location or size like keyboards, mice, and touch screens, and can enable users to interact more intuitively with computers wherever they are.
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Tangible Acoustic Interfaces for Computer-Human Interaction


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Continuous tracking with least square optimization (MEC video clips)


Interactive Information Panel (video)


Tracking of continuous sources (PoliMi Video clip)


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