“Planar Manipulator Display” by Rosenfeld, Zawadzki and Perlin

  • ©Dan Rosenfeld, Michael Zawadzki, and Ken Perlin

  • ©Dan Rosenfeld, Michael Zawadzki, and Ken Perlin

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    Planar Manipulator Display

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    NYU Media Research Lab

Entry Number: 13


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    The Planar Manipulator Display (PMD) is a novel input/output device which enables simultaneous planar movement and sensing of multiple physical objects. It was built to test the hypothesis that interaction mediated by computer-controlled objects will improve understanding and collaboration in many types of simulations for which screen-based interaction is not optimal.


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    References

    BRAITENBERG, V. 1984. Vehicles: Experiments in Synthetic Psychology. The MIT Press.

    FITZMAURICE, G., ISHII, H., AND BUXTON, W., 1995 Bricks: Laying the Foundations for Graspable User Interfaces, Proceedings of CHI ’95, 442-449.


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