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Window Seat
Window Seat is an interactive furniture piece ("chairware") that acts as a control mechanism for viewing and navigating remote or non-existent locations, such as a scale model of a building or virtual world. We built a rocking chair as an interface that controls the two axes of movement of a pan and tilt camera. A video projector and mirror are mounted on the chair to display the remote interior space onto the wall in the front of the chair for a virtual space immersion experience.
Window Seat
    projects: Window Seat

last updated 11.14.2004 by Yeonjoo Oh

TeleTables and Window Seat: Bilocative Furniture Interfaces - pdf
Yeonjoo Oh, Ken Camarata, Michael Philetus Weller, Mark D Gross, Ellen Yi-Luen Do
Ubiquitous Computing: Design, Implementation and Usability Chpater 11, Information Science Reference, pp. 160 - 171,

WINDOW SEAT: Visual Experience with an Interactive Chair - pdf
Yeonjoo Oh, Doo Young Kwon, Babak Ziraknejad, Ken Camarata, Ellen Yi-Luen Do
CoDe Lab Working Paper

Window Seat: Interactive Chairware for Experiencing Virtual Spaces - pdf
Yeonjoo Oh, Doo Young Kwon, Babak Ziraknejad, Jennifer Lewis, Ken Camarata, Ellen Yi-Luen Do, Mark D Gross
CAAD Futures Tainan, Taiwan