Krithika Jagannath

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Cord UIs are sensorial augmented cords that allow for simple metaphor-rich interactions to interface with their connected devices. Cords offer a large underexplored space for interactions as well as unique properties and a diverse set of metaphors that make them potentially interesting tangible interfaces. We use cords as input devices and explore different(More)
Forces of gravity and the concept of a fixed center of mass severely limit the opportunities for product design and user interaction with those products. In this paper, we present L-Shift, a fictional material in which the weight distribution of physical objects is manipulated dynamically. It is a material that shifts its phase between solid and liquid and,(More)
In this paper we present Cord UI, a novel user interface that utilizes cords that are connected to our everyday electrical devices. Cords offer unique properties and a diverse set of metaphors that make them potentially interesting tangible interfaces. Cord UI explores different interactions like tying knots or pinching/sliding to control the flow of data(More)
The Movers' Movement – a collaboration between Amanda Alef, Krithika Jagannath, and Tulsi Mehta at the Harvard Graduate School of Education-was formed in September 2013 with a mission to create active learning experiences that integrate the physical and digital worlds. Inspired by Constructionist learning theories, embodied learning, and the Maker culture 1(More)
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