exTouchIssue: XX.6 November + December 2013
Shunichi Kasahara, Ryuma Nilyama, Valentin Heun, and Hiroshi Ishii
The exTouch is an embodied, spatially aware interface system that allows users to manipulate actuated objects in space using augmented reality. The system extends users' touchscreen interactions into the real world by enabling spatial control over an actuated object. When users touch a device shown in live video on the screen, they can change its position and orientation through multi-touch gestures or by physically moving the screen in relation to the controlled object. We demonstrated that the system can be used for applications such as an omnidirectional vehicle, a drone, and moving furniture in a reconfigurable room.
Publication: Shunic hi, K., Ryuma, N., Valentin H., and Hiroshi I. 2013. exTouch: Spatially-aware embodied manipulation of actuated objects mediated by augmented reality. Proc. of the 7th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction. ACM, New York, 2013, 223228.
Shunichi Kasahara | MIT Media Lab and Sony Corporation | Shunichi.Kasahara@jp.sony.com
Ryuma Niiyama | MIT Media Lab | firstname.lastname@example.org
Valentin Heun | MIT Media Lab | email@example.com
Hiroshi Ishii | MIT Media Lab | firstname.lastname@example.org