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A tactile feedback device that delivered effective and expressive tactile sensations in free air, without requiring the user to wear a physical device. Combined with interactive graphics and applications, AIREAL enabled users to feel virtual objects, experience free-air textures and receive haptic feedback with free-space gestures.
Birdly was an installation that explored the experience of a bird in flight. Unlike a common flight simulator, users do not control a machine. Instead, they embody a bird, the Red Kite. To evoke this embodiment, the system relied on sensory-motor coupling. Participants controlled the simulator with hands and arms, and a head-mounted display provided a first-person perspective of a bird.
Computer Animation Festival Electronic Theater attendees created a unique, interactive pre-show experience using their devices to make a collective lighting collage.