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The graspables system is a prototype handheld device that recognizes how it is being held and adjusts its functionality accordingly.
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This is very interesting that the device will sense how it is being held.
My question is this… are the ways that people grasp objects enough of a standard that it will be intuitive or will people have to train somewhat and have some intent when they pick up the device?
Also, when the device is picked up in a non-specific way what does it display?
Best wishes for your future research*
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Great video Brandon!
interesting project…is the device able to recognize right from left handed grasps?
es interesante , sobre todo el interfaz con el video juego , soy estudiante de un instituto tecnologico en mexico y me gustaria conocer mas acerca de como se hace esto
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A couple of kids I teach have weird ways of holding a pencil that result in handwriting that’s hard to read. I wonder if you could make a graspable to help them improve their pencil grip.
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