“Bitcube: The new kind of Physical Programming Interface with Embodied programming” by Kim, Kang, Rhee, , Yun, et al. …

  • ©Jaeyoung Kim, Byongsue Kang, Shinyoung Rhee, Byengwol Kim, Hyeonjin Yun, and Junghwan Sung

  • ©Jaeyoung Kim, Byongsue Kang, Shinyoung Rhee, Byengwol Kim, Hyeonjin Yun, and Junghwan Sung

  • ©Jaeyoung Kim, Byongsue Kang, Shinyoung Rhee, Byengwol Kim, Hyeonjin Yun, and Junghwan Sung

  • ©Jaeyoung Kim, Byongsue Kang, Shinyoung Rhee, Byengwol Kim, Hyeonjin Yun, and Junghwan Sung

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    Bitcube: The new kind of Physical Programming Interface with Embodied programming

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    BitCube is a new kind of physical programming interface. It is a set of tangible blocks that consists of three functional parts, Power + Sensor + Action. Power block is a type of rechargeable battery with Micro USB connector. BitCube has diverse sensor blocks which are perceiving data, such as light, distance, sound, Bluetooth signal, etc. Action blocks receive data from sensor blocks, and actuate LED, buzzer, motor, etc.

    BitCube is new, simplified way of interacting with art and technology. You can also learn the programming logic from BitCube without the need for PC literacy, and make artistic works very easy. You just connect BitCube blocks each other by data cables and make dynamic interactive artworks. BitCube has the potential to change existing programming paradigms through making algorithms in a totally new way called ‘Embodied Programming’.


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