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Co-Designed Paper Devices
    CHI workshop: Programming Reality: From Transitive Materials to Organic User Interfaces 2009
    Paper devices are small paper interactive objects that
    use nitinol shape-memory alloy wire for actuation, gold
    leaf printed circuits, embedded microchips for control,
    and paper outer shells for form and structure. Paper
    devices offer a convenient domain to investigate how
    new material technologies and software processes can
    be used to co-create designs in a dialogue between an
    end user and a designer. We describe our
    manufacturing techniques and outline our first efforts
    to employ a genetic algorithm that enables end-users
    to create custom designs.