James Patten: The best computer interface? Maybe ... your hands
James Patten - Interaction designer
James Patten, a TED Fellow, imagines new ways for us to play with computers. Full bio
it, this makes a lot of sense,
under computer control
what are called omni wheels.
for that, these physical objects.
a huge array of possibilities
try to fold it in different ways.
doesn't really make sense
About the speaker:James Patten - Interaction designer
James Patten, a TED Fellow, imagines new ways for us to play with computers.
Why you should listen
James Patten is an interaction designer, inventor and visual artist working at the intersection of the physical and digital worlds. Patten is a TED Fellow and the founder and principal of the design firm Patten Studio, where his clients have included Björk, Barneys New York, General Electric, Steelcase and Autodesk. Patten earned his doctorate at the MIT Media Lab where he studied in the Tangible Media Group under Hiroshi Ishii. His work has been exhibited or performed in venues such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Transmediale festival in Berlin, the Museo Guggenheim Bilbao and the Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria. Patten's work has been recognized in several international design competitions including the International Design Magazine's Annual Design Review, and the International Design Excellence Awards. Tour his Brooklyn workshop.
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