Pranav Mistry, Kayato Sekiya and Andrea Bradshaw. “Inktuitive: An Intuitive Physical Design Workspace. ” In the Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE08). Seattle, USA., July 2008.

Pranav Mistry, Tsuyoshi Kuroki and Chaochi Chang. “TaPuMa: Tangible Public Map for Information Acquirement through the Things We Carry. ” In the Proceedings of the International Conference on Ambient Media and Systems (Amby-sys2008). Quebec City, Canada., February 2008.

Pranav Mistry and Pattie Maes. “Intelligent Sticky Notes that can be Searched, Located and can Send Reminders and Messages. ” In the Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI2008). Canary Islands, Spain., January 2008.

Marcelo Coelho, Lyndl Hall, Joanna Berzowska and Pattie Maes . “Pulp-Based Computing: A Framework for Building Computers Out of Paper. ” In the 9th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Ubicomp '07), Innsbruck, Austria, 2007.

http://fluid.media.mit.edu/sites/default/files/2007-12-01-pulp-based-computing.pdf

Valentin Heun, Anette von Kapri, and Patricia Maes. "Perifoveal display: combining foveal and peripheral vision in one visualization." Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp '12), pages 1150-1155, September 2012.

Anirudh is a Masters student and Research Assistant at the Fluid Interfaces Group. His interests lie in the area technologies for social impact, displays, projected interfaces, mixed reality, wearable computing, assistive technologies and open-source.

How do we push the limits of human comprehension of information though computation and design. How do we utilize what humans are good at (like spatial memory) to create intelligent interfaces into the processing of vast amounts of spatially aware information. Doug comes from a background of both Computer Science and Fine Art and is currently a second year graduate student. On a more meta interest level he is drawn to the interaction between objects, people, and culture.

Susanne Seitinger is a Research Affiliate at the MIT Media Lab Fluid Interfaces Group, Visiting Lecturer at the Technical University of Vienna and a Visiting Scientist at the Austrian Institute of Technology. She focuses on the strategic arrangement of programmable (LED) lighting elements that shape inviting and responsive 24-hour public spaces in the city. As a post-doc with Prof. Pattie Maes's Fluid Interfaces Group and in collaboration with Philips Color Kinetics, she developed LightBridge for the MIT 150th Anniversary Festival of Art Science and Technology.

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