The interfaces that bridge the human-machine divide

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Jon Turi
October 3rd, 2015
In this article: interface, tangibleinterface, UI
The interfaces that bridge the human-machine divide

First it was toggle switches. And then keyboards, the mouse and other standard interface devices gave us control of computers and the digital world. From the tangible, to hands-free and beyond, the ways in which we control digital systems are expanding. We've collected just a few of the interesting products and concepts that are breaching the two-dimensional world of computing and merging it with our physical reality.

[Image: Jinha Lee / MIT Media Lab]

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  • Flexible topography
  • Surface O.G.
  • Freeform music maker
  • Rabbit ears
  • Musical flourish
  • Remote free
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