Casier: Structures for Composing Tangibles and Complementary Interactors for Use Across Diverse Systems

Abstract : Casiers are a class of tangible interface elements that structure the physical and functional composition of tangibles and complementary interactors (e.g., buttons and sliders). Casiers allow certain subsets of interactive functionality to be accessible across diverse interactive systems (with and without graphical mediation, employing varied sensing capabilities and supporting software). We illustrate examples of casiers in use, including iterations around a custom walk-up-and-use kiosk, as well as casiers operable across com- mercial platforms of widely varying cost and capability.
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Brygg Ullmer, Christian Dell, Claudia Gil, Cornelius Toole, Cole Wiley, et al.. Casier: Structures for Composing Tangibles and Complementary Interactors for Use Across Diverse Systems. TEI'2011, Jan 2011, Funchal, Portugal. pp.229-236, ⟨10.1145/1935701.1935746⟩. ⟨hal-00648356⟩

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