Tangible User Interfaces: Student Project Exhibition

Wednesday, December 7, 2016
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
210 South Hall

An open house student project exhibition of the "Theory and Practice of Tangible User Interfaces" class.

The Tangible User Interfaces course at the School of Information focuses on physical interaction with computational media. Students design and develop experimental applications, underlying technologies, and theories using concept sketches, posters, physical mock-ups, working prototypes, and a final project report.

The exhibition will take place on both Monday, December 5, and Wednesday, December 7. All projects will be on exhibit both days.

Stop by and try out the interfaces for yourself!

More information:

Info 262: Theory and Practice of Tangible Interfaces

Last updated:

November 29, 2016