Archive for category: Peripherals

Farewell mouse and keyboard?

3 June, 2012 (18:14) | 2012, 3D, Peripherals, UX | By: Antonis

Is it time to say farewell to our mice and keyboards? That is what Leap motion claims. In the past months, we have heard of many promising projects aiming to substitute mouse or keyboard input to a personal computer – an aspect of HCI discussed and researched for over a decade. So what is the […]

Robotic Kinect Hacks

9 March, 2011 (09:56) | Hakcing, Hardware, Peripherals | By: Panos

After a brief period playing around with our layout we are back. Today we overview an article from IEEE Spectrum on Robotic related Kinect hacks, found here. Although Robotics are a bit out of our scope, we are fans of the Kinect and we could not pass on the information. We very much liked the […]

HMD-less 3D

27 November, 2010 (13:38) | Augmented Reality, Displays, IEEE, Non-ocular, Ocular, Peripherals | By: Panos

IEEE Spectrum has a very interesting article on HMD/Glass-less 3D systems on its December 2010 issue. You can read it here. The article presents past and recent efforts on creating 3D displays without using spectacle-type displays, discussing various techniques. We find the possibility of having 3D displays without the whole – arguably obtrusive – arrangement […]