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POUTS-The Physical World talks back June 18, 2006

Posted by reto wettach in innovative interfaces, physical interaction design.
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I am quite interested inTangible Interfaces in our daily lifes. Quite nice are in this sense the Fridge Magnets by Microsoft research, which are augmenting your family’s information source by blinking after a certain time. 

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Even more interesting are the POUTS (2005) from the University of Nottingham. Just to explaing the word: “PINS push in and POUTS pop out” – finally the revenge of the physical world!

I really like the idea of notes falling down from a pinboard after the expired!

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