Investigating the biomechanical hand and its role in designing interactions
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This paper outlines a PhD research project that questions the design of technology by investigating the human hand as a biomechanical tool. The intention is to research through a human centered design process focused on the hand, potential ways for the human to naturally interact with technology.
Eardley, R., Gill, S. and Thompson, S. (2012) 'Investigating the biomechanical hand and its role in designing interactions', Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) 2012: Doctoral Consortium. Newcastle University, June 11-15
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