The IxD lab

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The IxD Lab is a place where we build ideas. It is a space for working with research questions that demand physical explorations into new forms of interaction, and into new material and computational expressions.

The IxD Lab is open to any student or researcher at ITU looking to prototype physical objects as part of their work. The lab also hosts a variety of in-house and external events as means to exchange knowledge of new technologies and forms of interaction.

See the Resources section for what we offer at IxD Lab. read more

Lab Talk: An Anatomy of Slow Technology Research Products by Will Odom – August 12 at 11.30

Featured Talk, Front-page, Lab Talks

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Reconfiguring the Appearance and Expression of Social Robots

Front-page, Research Projects

Sensor Smörgåsbord and ActuatorBoard

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These boards are pedagogical tools for enabling a better understanding of physical computing.

Ambient Cycle

Front-page, Research Projects

The Hedonic Haptics player

Feautured Project, Research Projects

MoldIT: A Material Programming Practice

Feautured Project, Research Projects

Felt Radio: Sensing and Making Sense of Wireless Traffic

Feautured Project, Research Projects

A Basic Form Language for Shape-Changing Interfaces

Feautured Project, Research Projects

Explorations of Temporal Form

Feautured Project, Research Projects

The Dress Room

Feautured Project, Research Projects