(thesis advisor)Ethan Silverman
TEBLE is a multi-touch interface for creative collaboration. The project is a study of hardware engineering and software design focused on multi-touch interaction. Hardware engineering employs frustrated total internal reflection (FTIR), which detects multi-finger touches on a rear-projection surface. The software features three modes of interaction: Draw, Animate, and Move.
Draw- Draw using pre-set color palette
Animate - A drawing start moving after being drawn
Move - Move and reposition a drawn object
Akiko Rokube. Teble.
2009. Parsons School of Design MFA Design and Technology program theses; 2009. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive
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