Fluid SurfaceIssue: XX.3 May + June 2013
Yoichi Takahashi, Yasushi Matoba, Hideki Koike
Information is becoming accessible everywhere in everyday life due of the spread of smartphones and portable personal computers; however, there are very few methods to access content in a bathing environment. We propose an interactive water-surface display system, which uses image-recognition techniques. The system supports intuitive interactions peculiar to water, such as poking a finger up from under the water surface, stroking the water surface, and scooping up water.
Project website: http://youtu.be/bJo-xnebiy0
Publication: Takahashi, Y., Matoba, Y., and Koike, H. Fluid surface: Interactive water surface display for viewing information in a bathroom.
Proc. of the 2012 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces. ACM, New York, 2012, 311-314.
Yoichi Takahashi | University of Electro-Communications | email@example.com
Yasushi Matoba | University of Electro-Communications | firstname.lastname@example.org
Hideki Koike | University of Electro-Communications | email@example.com