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TEI goes on: tangible and embedded interaction

Hornecker, E. and Jacob, R. J. K. and Hummels, C. and Ullmer, B. and Schmidt, A. and Hoven, E. van den and Mazalek, A. (2008) TEI goes on: tangible and embedded interaction. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 7 (2). pp. 91-95.

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Abstract

TEI 07 was the first conference with “tangible” in its title, motivated by the field’s growth over the past decade. One of this research area’s most fascinating features is the range of perspectives and disciplines, including HCI, the arts, design, technology, and architecture. The TEI 07 call invited a multi- and interdisciplinary community to submit contributions from their specific viewpoints and approaches. TEI 07 thus brought together artists who employ tangible media with computer engineers developing toolkits, physicalappliance designers with researchers conducting user studies, and researchers exploring novel interface technologies with interaction designers who develop mixed-media systems.