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Design and Implementation of Tangible Interface Using Smart Puck System
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Design and Implementation of Tangible Interface Using Smart Puck System
Bak, Seon Hui; Lee, Jeong Bae; Kim, Jeong Ho; Lee, Hee-Man;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a novel tangible interface system whose system does not use the expensive hardware is introduced. This proposed tangible interface is used on the table top capacitive multi touch-screen. The tangible interface apparatus which is called smart puck has sanguine arduino compatible board. The board has a Cds photo-sensing sensor and the EPP8266 WiFi module. The Cds sensor decodes the photometric PWM signals from the system and sends corresponding information to the system via TCP/IP. The system has a server called MT-Server to communicate with the smart pucks. The tangible interface shows reliable operation with fast response that is compatible to the expensive traditional devices in the market.
 Keywords
Tangible Interface;Smart Puck;Capacitive Screen;Table Top Screen;Multi Touch-Screen;
 Language
Korean
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