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This project intends to build a toolkit for interactive systems that can take advantage from the unique modalities of tangible user interfaces.
Most interactive systems require user inputs such as quantity or discrete quality. Changes of these inputs are difficult to be represented with tangible user interfaces. For example, even if you use a physical clock as the interface, it is still not easy to represent the changes between time point 1 and time point 2. The discussion of different inputs has the potential to form a Tangible User Interface Toolkit (TUIT).
My first attempt for this toolkit is to identify the baseline quality of tangible user interfaces. Please refer to the website for detail information
last updated 8.24.2006 by Mark D Gross