Together with Giovanni Maria Troiano (Northeastern University, Boston, USA) we launched a database for Deformable User Interfaces. We hope this can be a useful resource for HCI researchers and designers interested in this emerging and exciting area.
We propose an analysis framework and a possible roadmap to advance the research and design of future Non-Rigid Human-computer Interaction.
The database can be found at this address: https://deformableui.com
This website is the result of the work we did for the paper “Non-Rigid HCI: A Review of Deformable Interfaces and Input”, which was presented at the 2019 ACM DIS Conference in San Diego.
Such work was then expanded in a publication for the NIME 2020 Conference entitled “Non-Rigid Musical Interfaces: Exploring Practices, Takes, and Future Perspective”.
Alberto Boem, Giovanni Maria Troiano. 2019. Non-Rigid HCI: A Review of Deformable Interfaces and Input. In Proceedings of the 2019 ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS’19), San Diego (USA), 2019. DOI: 10.1145/3322276.3322347 [pdf]
Alberto Boem, Giovanni Maria Troiano, Giacomo Lepri, Victor Zappi. Non-Rigid Musical Interfaces: Exploring Practices, Takes, and Future Perspective. In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Birmingham, UK, pp. 17-22, 2020. [pdf]