School: University College Maastricht and Queen's University
About the Wrist Flicker
With WristFlicker, we detect wrist movement through sets of stretch sensors embedded in clothing. Our system supports wrist rotation (pronation/supination), and both wrist tilts (flexion/extension and ulnar/radial deviation). Each wrist movement is measured by two opposing stretch sensors, mimicking the counteracting movement of muscles. We discuss interaction techniques that allow a user to control a music player through this lightweight input.
This project was featured at the 2012 Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction conference.
For more information on this project visit the Association for Computing Machinery to download the full article.
For more information visit the user's blog, found here: http://fkeel.blogspot.com/