A tactile luminous floor for an interactive autonomous space

  title={A tactile luminous floor for an interactive autonomous space},
  author={Tobi Delbr{\"u}ck and Adrian M. Whatley and Rodney J. Douglas and Kynan Eng and Klaus Hepp and Paul F. M. J. Verschure},
  journal={Robotics and Autonomous Systems},
This paper describes the interactive tactile luminous floor that was constructed and used as the skin of the playful interactive space Ada, which ran as a public exhibit for five months in 2002 and had over 550,000 visitors. Ada’s floor was custom-built to provide a means for individual and collective user interaction. It consists of 360 hexagonal 66 cm tiles covering a total area of 136 m2, each with analogue tactile load sensors based on force-sensitive resistors and dimmable neon red, green… CONTINUE READING
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