“Lumen: Interactive Visual and Shape Display for Calm Computing” by Poupyrev, Nashida, Maruyama, Rekimoto and Yamaji

  • ©Ivan Poupyrev, Tatsushi Nashida, Shigeaki Maruyama, Jun Rekimoto, and Yasufumi Yamaji

  • ©Ivan Poupyrev, Tatsushi Nashida, Shigeaki Maruyama, Jun Rekimoto, and Yasufumi Yamaji

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    Lumen: Interactive Visual and Shape Display for Calm Computing

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    Abstract

    Lumen is an interactive display that presents visual images and physical, moving shapes, both controlled independently. The smooth, organic physical motions provide aesthetically pleasing, calm displays for ambient computing environments. Users interact with Lumen directly, forming shapes and images with their hands.


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    References

    Rekimoto, J. SmartSkin: An Infrastructure for Freehand Manipulation on Interactive Surfaces. CHI 2002. p. 113- 120.

    Kodama, S., M. Takeno. Protrude, Flow. in SIGGRAPH’2001 Electronic Arts and Animation Catalogue. p. 138.


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