Eyecam

Eyecam

Eyecam Revealing Relations between Humans and Sensing Devices through an Anthropomorphic Webcam   We are surrounded by sensing devices. We are accustomed to them, appreciate their benefits, and even create affective bonds and might neglect the implications they might have for our daily life. By presenting Eyecam, an anthropomorphic webcam mimicking a human eye, we challenge conventional relationships with ubiquitous sensing devices and call to […]

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PolySense

PolySense

PolySense Augmenting Textiles with Electrical Functionality using In-Situ Polymerization We present a method for enabling arbitrary textiles to sense pressure and deformation: In-situ polymerization supports the integration of piezo-resistive properties at the material level, preserving a textile’s haptic and mechanical characteristics. We demonstrate how to enhance a wide set of fabrics and yarns using only readily available tools. To further support customization by the designer, […]

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