...the Table’s interactive surface. The flexible fabric is illuminated by a high-resolution projector mounted above and, at first glance appears to be the type of responsive touchscreen that is now a familiar interface. However, this surface takes the touchscreen into the third dimension—the Table also responds to location, depth, and pressure when a user pushes into the fabric, adding a third level of interactivity. HUSH created the Table’s unique user experience using an experimental, early-st
Tangible Textural Interface by Eunhee Jo at Show RCA 2012 | Dezeen
Tangible Textural Interface by Eunhee Jo at Show RCA 2012 The control panel for the Tangible Textural Interface (TTI) speaker is embedded in a concave surface on one side. By pushing the fabric surface, the user can skip tracks, adjust the volume or select options on the equaliser.