Digital Life

Digital Life is an educational and investigate program to radically rethink the human-computer interaction interface. It combines the physical and digital sides. The first product on this project is actually a novel way of interaction that has been aptly known as, “Touch. ” Touch is a form of body-based computer software technology helping to make use of the human body’s sensations including heat, feel, and freezing to control digital devices with the least amount of physical movements required. With this paper we present the principal design idea for these kinds of a system.

Digital Life employs a human body sensor called a Tactive Digital Interface (TDI). Our body can perception the presence of additional electric components such as a light diode, magnet, or infrared camera through the TDE’s pressure hypersensitive receiver. This way the user cadre with digital information in much the same approach that a artist uses brushes, pastels, or paints to convey or recreate digital information on canvas. With digital data a user can easily manipulate info, display photos, or change electronic things just as they will with a pen and standard paper.

Our newest innovation, Digital Life, normally takes the physical and digital worlds 1 step further more. Our newest system, known as Motion sensing Tectonic Messfühler, taps into the benefits of waves to create truly intelligent digital devices. By using audio waves coming from waves of harmonic activity such as marine waves or volcanic activity our system is able to detect changes in human and natural systems. This ability to detect movement and appreciate its relation to the environment is key to the design of any personally interactive program.