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HMC MediaLab’s Hyperfabric

  • On September 27, 2005

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HMC MediaLab’s Adam Montandon came over to me at the end of the submerge exhibition in June and asked me about my flexible wall skin I used for my Project Reciprocal Space. A few months later to create this fantastic project he used the same material to make an interactive surface that you can actually penetrate beyond a flat surface into virtual space made tactile and interactive.

“You really feel like you are going “through” the screen. ”

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“HMC MediaLab designed the hyperfabric after working with large scale touchscreens and touchtables. The team found that whilst they were very effective at controlling computers, they just didn’t “feel” touchable. HMC MediaLab wanted to create something that you could really engage with, so it’s perfect for adults and children of all ages and abilities. ”

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