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Our mission is to contribute toward a future of user interfaces that seamlessly merge with the physical world and the human body. We develop advanced interactive technologies and investigate new user interface concepts to create more effective, expressive and engaging interactions with interactive systems. [read more]

Featured Projects



SoloFinger
Client Review :(CHI 2021)
BodyStylus
Client Review :(CHI 2021)
Eyecam
Client Review :(CHI 2021)
Squish this thumbnail
Squish This
Client Review :(CHI 2021)
bARefoot
Client Review :(UIST 2020)
PolySense
Client Review :(CHI 2020)
Rapid Iron-On User Interfaces
Skill :Honorable Mention Award
Client Review :(CHI 2020)
PhysioSkin
Client Review :(CHI 2020)
Soft Inkjet Circuits
Skill :Best Paper Award
Client Review :(UIST 2019)
Tactlets
Client Review :(UIST 2019)
Multi-Touch Kit
Client Review :(UIST 2019)
Tacttoo
Client Review :(UIST 2018)
Multi-Touch Skin
Client Review :(CHI 2018)
SkinMarks
Client Review :(CHI 2017)
iSkin
Skill :Best Paper Award
Client Review :(CHI 2015)

News

13/03/2019 / news

Honorable Mention Awards at CHI 2019

Two of our contributions at ACM CHI 2019 were recognized with Honorable Mention awards: Like a Second Skin: Understanding How...
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13/08/2019 / news

4 Papers at UIST 2019

Four full papers have been (conditionally) accepted for publication at UIST’19. As always at UIST, all papers are accepted conditionally...
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13/01/2020 / news

Best Paper Awards at UIST 2019

Two of our contributions at ACM UIST 2019 are recognized with Best Paper awards: Soft Inkjet Circuits: Rapid Multi-Material Fabrication...
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13/01/2020 / news

Multi-Touch Kit is now on Github

Code for our latest UIST 2019 paper: Multi-Touch Kit is now released on Github. You can find Tutorials and the...
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13/01/2020 / news

Foldio kits: learn programming in a playful way

Our spin-off Foldio has made first starter kits available. Based on foldable electronics and an easy-to-use microcontroller, children can learn...
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13/01/2020 / news

Congrats, Dr. Daniel Gröger!

Daniel Gröger has successfully defended his dissertation. Congratulations! The full dissertation entitled “Digital Fabrication of Custom Interactive Objects with Rich Materials” can be found online
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