ECCE Toolkit: Prototyping Sensor-Based Interaction

@inproceedings{Bellucci2017ECCETP,
  title={ECCE Toolkit: Prototyping Sensor-Based Interaction},
  author={Andrea Bellucci and Ignacio Aedo and Paloma D{\'i}az},
  booktitle={Sensors},
  year={2017}
}
Building and exploring physical user interfaces requires high technical skills and hours of specialized work. The behavior of multiple devices with heterogeneous input/output channels and connectivity has to be programmed in a context where not only the software interface matters, but also the hardware components are critical (e.g., sensors and actuators). Prototyping physical interaction is hindered by the challenges of: (1) programming interactions among physical sensors/actuators and digital… CONTINUE READING
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