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Mixed Reality and Tactility

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Phillip Carpenter. "Mixed Reality and Tactility: The Space Between Two Perceptions." MDes Thesis, University of Washington, 2019.

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Barbara Mones (Computer Science & Engineering)

Common accessibility to Virtual and Augmented Reality is just around the corner. As these new realities approach, we should consider how one might interact in them not only through vision and movement but through our sense of touch. This thesis focuses on tangible interfaces and how the sensation of touch affects our exchange with virtual environments as well as the digital layers of augmented futures.

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