Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Arthur C. Clarke

Advanced Interface Design

Human-Computer Interaction advances from mouse control for single flat screens to more complex display technologies, combining several screens for parallel, surrounding or stereoscopic projections. Interface technology advances from button controls to more intuitive gesture and motion sensors for mixed realities up to full body tracking devices for complete immersion into virtual worlds. The rapid progress of increasingly accurate and variable interactions between humans and computers and other humans demands concept and production designs on an equally innovative level to set up new ways of communication on interconnected common grounds. These can be organized for individual experiences and for team-based activities.   

Handling Experiences

  • Button control
  • Joystick control
  • Touchpoints
  • Gesture control
  • Motion sensors
  • Goggles and gloves
  • Team play devices