Julian Kraus

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We present the LeapArm system, which combines a Leap Motion controller for mid-air gestural human-computer interaction with a robotic arm. LeapArm actuates in real-time the orientation of the controller towards a user's hand, dynamically expanding the sensory space for mid-air interaction. We describe several desktop use scenarios and rapid transitions(More)
We present two tangible somaesthetic designs. The first design resembles a real heart, which allows users to experience their own heart's behavior by providing haptic feedback. Thus, users holding the heart design are able to feel their heartbeat in their hands. The second design is a stuffed animal, which is capable to breathe in synchrony with a user.(More)
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