News: d-touch low-cost tangible user interfaces #d-touch #audio #sequencer #looper

Look at this amazing DIY live audio sequencer designed at University of Southampton, only using a webcam, a few print layouts and a pc/mac they created a tangible user interface. In their words:

«d-touch is a visual marker recognition system that enables the development of low-cost tangible user interfaces and mixed reality applications. d-touch supports markers that areboth machine-readable and visually communicative to humans.» 

Check out their website for more info and the DIY instructions!

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