In writing the latest installment of Lifelong Interactions, I knew I wanted to consider how we as human beings have come full circle from being very physical, to living an abstract life, and eventually to having a need for physicality in our golden years. It just so happened that the day before my deadline for this article, I had an interesting discussion with a colleague and close friend, Chris Krause. During the three years since I started my research on tangible interaction devices, Chris has always kept me on my toes, questioning the value that tangible user interfaces can…
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