Bouncy Piano is a piano that is bouncy! The piano has a stretchy multi-touch surface allowing fluid slides as well as discrete note presses. It presents a unique, digital warbley sound. Continue reading
The Tangible Programming project was created as the result of a collaboration between Anthony Baker (Harvard Graduate School of Education), Scott Penman (MIT Architecture Design + Computation), and myself during Hiroshi Ishii’s Tangible Interface course at MIT in the Fall of 2015. We decided to use the already existing Transform table Ishii’s lab had already built to create a tactile programming language.
The Drawing Machine is a 9-inch wood drawing table. A stack of paper sits on the right, tiny colored pencils in the center, and sand on the left. The user selects a pencil and starts making marks on the paper. Continue reading