“ProjecString: Turning an Everyday String Curtain Into an Interactive Projection Display” by Chang, Shin, Kim and Lee

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    ProjecString: Turning an Everyday String Curtain Into an Interactive Projection Display



    We present ProjecString, a touch-sensitive string curtain projection display that encourages novel interactions via touching, grasping, and seeing and walking through the display. We embed capacitive-sensing conductive chains into an everyday string curtain, turning it into both a space divider and an interactive display. This novel take on transforming an everyday object into an interactive projection surface with a unique translucent property creates novel interactions that are both immersive and isolating.


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