Erasing-based Interactions TU Darmstadt 2010 Anoto pens are a powerful technology for capturing contents written on paper. However, current pens do not support eras-ing contents. We show how to easily construct refills for Anoto pens that allow to erase handwritten traces. Moreover, we discuss how to design software solutions that incorporate paper-based erasing as a first-level command.
PLink Paper-Based Links for Cross-Media Information Spaces / TU Darmstadt and UCSD 2011-2012 Digital media is becoming increasingly immanent at our workplaces, mixing up with more traditional media, such as Pen & Paper. In this project we opted for preserving the unique affordances of both medias by allowing for creating links to digital information on paper. We allow for various formats, ranging between small stickers […]
Letras / TU Darmstadt 2009-2010 Traditional paper remains a key medium in many domains of our daily lives. We use handwritten grocery lists, we sign contracts on paper and read printed articles because of the mobile, robust and highly flexible nature of paper. Instead of being replaced by digital systems, paper artifacts coexist with these systems, inevitably leading to the problem of integration: the ”Digital-Physical […]
CoScribe Integrating Paper and Digital Documents / TU Darmstadt Even though computing is more than ever part of our private and professional activities, paper is still ubiquitous and plays an important role in knowledge work. This is mainly due to the intuitiveness of writing on paper and to the fact that paper is cheap, lightweight, and can be laid out in physical space. However, information […]