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3D Relief Interface

3D Relief Interface
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Using an array of 120 motorized pins this interface concept brings maps and other media to life.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 17 february 2010

Using an array of 120 motorized pins this interface concept by three MIT students brings maps and other media to life. The device can translate a map or an image with relief data in a 3D shape and then this can be interacted with through the malleable surface.



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